Hiking with dogs in nature

Today’s Hike with dogs Brutus and Sonnie Jack really enjoyed the hike got 2.6 miles great time… Blessings be on you and yours spiritual Enhance your life hiking with dogs in nature… Dogs injoy the hiking as well ran in to some wildlife snakes crossing your path was very careful got some good pictures of my journeys through these woods at Campion Trail, Irving, TX Was a good hike nice but extremely humid Outside but made the most of the time here at Campion Trail, weather was okay 82 with high humidity 98 % humidity temperature sweaty 😓 well it’s that time again Happy trails to you till we meet again Happy trails… 👣

Young Northern Cottonmouths with yellowish tail tips. Northern Cottonmouths are born alive with a bright yellowish to yellowish green tail tip. The yellow tail tip is used as a lure for frogs, lizards and other prey items. This brightly colored tail tip fades to black as the snake ages.
Venomous Northern Cottonmouth: Harmless Brown Watersnake

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