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April 09, 2018


I don't think I have ever seen one in person - beautiful colors! Glad you let it go peacefully on its way without messing with it just to get a picture. Way too many people interfere because they just have to get a selfie and they don't realize what harm they can do to the wildlife itself, or what harm said wildlife can do to them.

People have various reactions to wildlife. Our neighbors (across the street and next door - plus others, I'm sure) keep their yard floodlights on all night to "keep the armadillos away". They don't seem to care what it does to the rest of the wildlife (and us other neighbors!) As you well know, we try to encourage the wildlife. You, on the other hand, know so much more about animals than do I that it's always good to get your take.

I had never heard of a skink until last year. We are widening a bridge up in the mountains and they were running around the creek bank. Although ours are smaller than yours.

Ingineer--Ooooh, how great! You must see a lot of cool events/things while on the job.

I have seen a lot of interesting things in my work travels. From tanker trucks sliding sideways to cool historic structures to interesting wild life.

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