I can walk, but I will crawl there
You know you are a field herper when you get excited over tin in the middle of nowhere.
My tin spot has slowly been producing some snakes and lizards.
Rusty gold.

You know you are a field herper when you get excited over tin in the middle of nowhere.

My tin spot has slowly been producing some snakes and lizards.

Rusty gold.

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    Oh damn#places I would like to visit
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  15. markscherz said: This is the thing about herping in America. I doubt you would find this kind of thing anywhere in western Europe. Certainly not in Switzerland or Germany. So you have to find natural cover objects, which just aren’t as fruitful.