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All information courtesy of Texas Parks & Wildlife Department. Information provided is listed from latest revision April 2014.


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Texas Garter Snake

(Thamnophis sirtalis annectens)


Wet or moist microhabitats are conducive to the species occurrence, but is not necessarily restricted to them; hibernates underground or in or under surface cover; breeds March-August.

Texas Horned Lizard

(Phrynosoma cornutum)


Open, arid and semi-arid regions with sparse vegetation, including grass, cactus, scattered brush or scrubby trees; soil may vary in texture from sandy to rocky; burrows into soil, enters rodent burrows, or hides under rock when inactive; breeds March-September.

Timber Rattlesnake

(Crotalus horridus)


Swamps, floodplains, upland pine and deciduous woodlands, riparian zones, abandoned farmland; limestone bluffs, sandy soil or black clay; prefers dense ground cover, i.e. grapevines or palmetto.

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