Wednesday, April 05, 2006


Gray, Brilliant Orange, Davis Mtn. (Red phase) pages and Homepage Updated on

We have updated these four pages at with pictures and some more info. Hope you enjoy. I tell ya', it's A LOT easier to photograph baby snakes that have full bellies. They just sit there.

**The following was added on 4/7/06**
We changed out the pictures on the Panther Canyon Brilliant Orange page. My wife pointed it out to me that it looked a little tea colored. It seems that those digital camera pics become somewhat altered if you click the flash button at different speeds. Anyway, I am no photographer, but I think these newer pics I took today came out better than the last ones.

The orangest one I have found so far on river road was down the mountain a bit around Colorado Canyon he was actualy 20 feet from the sign that says "West Rancharias". I have herd that one "carrot" has been caught there. So far the overall orangest for me was from Gap Road two miles north of the river. Most gap animals are buckskin/whiteish.
I have seen the female orange in person at Michaels house and she is one of the nicest I have seen in a while.
Yeah she is supposed to be really super brilliant orange. The father is in the May issue of Reptiles and he is not bad either, though not quite as brilliant.
Yes Mikes female is bright orange and is uniform to her tale tip.
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