Looking good! :-)
Looks great. Your homepage intro makes me want to follow you in your exciting adventures as if you're a modern day Cortez or something. Fortunately, as your film crew, I get to do exactly that!
Great job Mike, looking forward to seeing the full working product. As for vacation next Dec? It so happens I'll have 2 weeks. HAHA
Looks Great Mike, Keep up the good work!
looking great! if you want to use any of my vids that you are in, feel free. If you dont have it , we'll burn it for you.
This site is so professional.I will add it to my_favorites site.Good luck to your future finds/shots.
It's looking great, Mike! Nice job.
VERY nice site.....Great pics! Let me know when you get down south. I can help you with that lifelist. I am not as cryptic with my lodcations as others. I just won't post them in a public forum. Craig Barnes
The site looks great :)
Dig the clean professional look!
Nice site you must have lots of joy in your life in such a rich Herp country as the USA, I only wondered are there not any Micrurus in the West ?
You did a great job on your site!! Let me know when you are back down here.
One cool evening I came across Rhinocheilus lecontei in Patterson, CA. The Delta Breeze had kicked up but in the canyons it was still rather warm and protected from the wind. It was the find of a lifetime for sure. Nice site!
Good job, Mike! I like it a lot.
Mike, this is a great website! Three pictures are beautiful, keep up the great work.
Very nice, Mike; nice, professional looking site with accurate data. Good luck with herping in ANF and the Tampa area.
Very nice, awesome job! Was just checking in to see how your site was doing.
Great pictures, i really love snakes and other reptiles.
Great site keep up the good work.
Really nice site great photos
I'm so envious! Where I live — in a big eastern city — we never see snakes, and although there are places in the suburbs where one could go herping, a lot of the coolest (and once common) species like the timber rattler are extinct or nearly so.
Thanks so much for posting these images, especially for those of us who may never have a chance to see any snake in the wild.