Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Can you find the snake???

Our weather watcher in Huntington, Candye, sent me an interesting picture from a friend, Gerry, who works for the Texas Forestry. Thanks to the rainy weather, it seems like snakes have been more active. This can lead to more encounters for hikers, hunters, or anyone outdoors. The photo to the left has a copperhead in it. Do you see it? Let me know by leaving a comment below. On Friday, I will post the same picture with the snake highlighted so check back then. If you get it right, I might mention your name on air! Good luck!

17 comments:

Bonnie Harper said...

THE SNAKE IS LOCATED 1 1/2 INCHES FROM THE BOTTOM ON THE LEFT SIDE OF THE PICTURE

daryl said...

It's stretched out, moving from right to left, about a third up from the bottom of the pic. Copperheads instinctively know that they're essentially invisible in a bunch of dead leaves.

Anonymous said...

i have looked over and over! Where is it?

Anonymous said...

I think it's on the right bottom corner of the picture... I think I see ther head of the snake.. Thanks Melida NIchols

Melody said...

Elizabeth D., age 8, found the snake. It is on the left, a little below the middle. Elizabeth is home schooled, and is currently in the, third grade.

Anonymous said...

YEA I SEE THE SNAKE ITS IN BETWEEN THE GREEN LEAVES AND THE ROTTEN BARK OFF OF A TREE ITS A RUSTY COLOR THE SNAKE HAS TRIANGLE SHAPES ON HIS BACK. THANKS
JENNIFER HARGIS

Anonymous said...

I SEE THE SNAKE ITS ALONG THE BOTTOM OF THE PICTURE IT IS BROWN YOU CANT SEE ITS HEAD ONLY THE MIDDLE AND END OF HIS BODY AND HE HAS TRIANGLE SHAPES ON HIS BACK.

THANKS JENNIFER HARGIS

nana200031 said...

The snake is at the bottom of the picture about an inch and one half from the left corner

Anonymous said...

I had a hard time finding the snake. My nine year old nephew, Walter, pointed it out in about 5 seconds. It is in the bottom of the picture, just a little left of center.

Carrie Hearnsberger said...

Hi Conley,
My name is Carrie Hearnsberger and I live in Huntington Texas, we live on about 8 acres here and it is very wooded around our house. My kids are always playing outside and riding the 4-wheelers and I have tried to warn them about where they step when walking or driving through the woods. After I found the snake i played a contest with them and the winner recieved $1.00. My older twin Tyler who will be in second grade this year found it. I thought the snake would be curled up or close to the tree but it's not it is stretched out and you can see the triangles on his back. Very camoed. Conley I also met your wife at the teachers luncheon sponsored by the Huntington Elementary PTCO on Tuesday, she's very nice. I have twins boys that will be in second grade this year one is in Hopper and the other in Haney. Maybe we can take a field trip to the station this year. Thanks Carrie Hearnsberger

Anonymous said...

The snake is towards the left hand corner under the stick

Jenny

Cindy said...

I see the snake just to the left and below the center of the picture. I would never have seen it in the wild. I had to study the picture just a bit to find it.

Debi Esteves said...

The snake is in the lower left hand side of the picture. He is between the brown leaves on the bottom and the stick above. You can see the pattern on its back.

Anonymous said...

The snake is a little beneath the two green dots, stretching to the left.Freda Wright-Thomas

Danielle said...

It's under the stick crawling to the left.

Danielle Cole
Nacogdoches

Wesley Wright said...

Conley the snake is about a third of the way up on left side. Head is to the left and tail to right. He is not coiled

Anonymous said...

The snake is just below the left center of the photo. The head is facing about 10 o’clock and the tail end is facing about 4 o’clock.