Video of Snakes Caught in the Act in Petaluma

by on June 26, 2014

 
Photo by Lishka Arata, Point Blue Conservation Science
 

 

A few months ago, Point Blue Conservation Science staff member Karen Carlson spotted these two happy king snakes on the edge of Shollenberger Marsh in Petaluma. She, as one does, alerted her colleagues, and Brian Huse, Point Blue’s director of strategic program development, took this video. (Lishka Arata, a Point Blue conservation educator, also uploaded an observation to iNaturalist.)

Want to know more about what’s going on here? Check out the July issue of Bay Nature for the incredible explanation from naturalist Michael Ellis.

OK, OK. Let’s get to the video. Make sure you watch until at least the 30 second mark, when … man, we all should do more yoga.

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