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Juvenile Western Fox Snake
Photo By Steve Cook

  • Title: Juvenile Western Fox Snake
  • State/Province/Region: Illinois
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: Shabbona State Park
  • Nearest Town: Shabbona IL
  • Brief Directions: Rt 30 West of Rt 47 to Shabbona IL
  • Notes: Western Fox Snakes will shake their tail against underbrush and leaves when frightened in an effort to imitate a rattlesnake. Juvenile Western Fox snakes have a black band between the eye and jaw.
  • Description: Juvenile Western Fox Snake found at Shabbona State Park in DeKalb County, Northern Illinois
  • Gear: Canon Rebel XTi
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