Rattlesnake Roundup Whigham Georgia

Cold Sunny Morning in South Georgia near the Florida/Georgia border. The Rattlesnake Roundup is an event that initially started to Roundup and remove Rattlesnakes, dangerous and venomous. Today there are few of them so it is an event aimed at education and enlightenment about snakes in general and the potentially Dangerous & Venous snakes of the USA. There are 4 only. Coral, Cottonmouth, Rattlesnake and Copperhead

Last 3 are Cottonmouth (Water Moccasin) and Eastern Diamondback Rattlesnake

It was also an excuse for many in the countryside areas to come out and have fun. Ther were many entertainments as well as lots of food... it was a great day with everybody having fun out.

We did also have a great day traveling home through he smaller back roads and came across several American Kestrels on Phone Lines and Power Lines. Very nervy guys who don't let you get close at all... They eat large insect and small animals

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