I found these wide spread on the slopes of the barn meadow.
I've seen these a dozen times at this location, but lack the gear to get a nice image.
One of our resident gopher snakes seemed to be doing an "ostrich" thing with its head resting between two panels and the rest of it out in the open where maybe it didn't think anyone could see it.
Still retaining one breeding plume.
Tan with dark brown markings on back, has rattle with eight segments, puffy cheeks, scales have velvety appearance
Growing in field with sticky rosin weed and oats
Skin found under rock
Olive green/gray back with discolored iridescent black patches, top of head is iridescent, bright orange belly and bright orange ring on neck
One red individual, found near three black individuals, juvenile, sluggish movement, found under rock 3 yards from small pond
Three black individuals, found near one red individual, juveniles, very sluggish movements, found under rock 3 yards from pond
Peeling red bark, slightly fuzzy, papery, upward pointing leaves, twisted, crooked limbs, found in a small group of other individuals in oak savannah