been called snake hunting, herping, field research and more.
Whatever you call it, I love spotting snakes in the wild,
taking them off the road to save their lives, catching them
and learning their behaviors, temperaments and coloration.
Herping is excitement and wildlife exposure all wrapped up
in one life learning adventure.
do snakes hang out when they are deep in the woods, open fields
and on mountainsides? After years of experience, I have discovered
where to look for snakes. You can look for a specific species
and find 10 different ones than the one you are looking for
in Texas - life can't get much better than that!
has some really nice species found throughout the state -
speckled kingsnake can be found in this site's logo and throughout
northeast and southeast Texas. The kingsnake received its
name due to the fact that it can kill and even eat a western
diamondback rattlesnake. Not bad for a non-venomous, pretty
snake to kill the one snake responsible for the majority of
dangerous bites in Texas.
Expeditions for Harris and Surrounding Counties
you like to learn firsthand how to recognize, locate, catch
snakes in the wild? Also learn how to recognize and avoid
poison ivy, wasps, scorpions and other unfriendly encounters.
Contact Clint Pustejovsky at 713-253-3787 or
for more information!
2002-2008 Texas Snakes & More