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Nov 29 2020
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Murchison Falls National ParkAfrica, WW
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Since covid cases were on the rise with Thanksgiving around the corner, I figured I'd play it safe and go to Uganda for a couple weeks. I have friends in Uganda and am looking to add more to the list. The flight was difficult because I got zero hours of sleep on it and followed it up with an additional zero more hours of sleep when I arrived. I am thankful that I missed the gunfire driven by political strife that took place a day before I arrived (We ain't the only country that has fierce political division).

After a few days rest in Kampala, I started the safari to Queen Elizabeth National Park to look for lions. The first day, we did not find any. We only found one on the second day. The lions in the southern section climb fig trees, a behavior that is not seen anyway else in the world. They sleep in trees to cool off and escape the biting insects.

The safari lead to Sempaya hot springs and then Murchison Falls National Park. The ferry to the falls was closed. They are getting excess rainfall there. The grass was high, making it difficult to find animals.

One of the first animals that I saw on the 2nd day in Murchison was a leopard early morning. The group that I was with attempted to find lion but with no success. The lodge was empty, so we mainly had the park to ourselves, minus the rangers and construction crew. Lizards, warthogs, and waterbucks were common near the lodge.

This was my 5th trip to Uganda. By far, there were more baboons and Jackson's hornbills during this trip. A snake was seen crossing the road in Queen Elizabeth Nat'l Park. It looked like a small black mamba, but it was too quick to identify. I found a sick or injured bat in the lobby of the lodge. I found a African crawled frog in the pool and many of the lizards walking the lodge grounds. Some lizards were found at the ferry near the river. After Murchison Falls, the group ventured to Aruu Falls with a short but steep hike and back to Kampala.

As for the Covid regluations: Uganda required masks at all times inside businesses, but they did not enforce it. I did, however, require to get a PCR test 3 days before my trip and 5 days before leaving the country. The airport enforced strict regulations as tourists were turned away if they didn't have PCR tests before boarding. Mask rules goes as follows: Before entering a hotel, park, and some restaurants & museums, you must wear a mask. After they take your temperature and you sanitize your hands, then you can remove your mask if you want when inside. All staff wear masks. No one seems to worry about getting Covid-19. Only about a few hundred get infected each day. I kept getting asked, "Why are so many Americans dying from Covid-19?"

Cases in Uganda are rising slightly but not nearly what it's like in the US. In fact, it's not even a topic of concern here. It's more concerning to contract malaria than Covid-19. It felt relief not talking about Covid-19 or politics.
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Nov 06 2020
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Meridian WashesPhoenix, AZ
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Well, I'm still finding snakes in November, and they're thirsty. I saw one coachwhip. He was obviously dehydrated. He was thin, slow for a coachwhip, and its poop was hard (he tried to poop on me when I caught it).

He tried to bite me but he could not strike very well. As soon as I start spraying water on him (I carry a spray bottle with me when I hike in the desert), he calmed down and started drinking right away. I grew impatient, so I dunked his head in the water to get him to drink faster. He drank for about a half hour and took up more than half of the water I had. Video:



On the next day (11/7), I saw a baby patch-nosed snake that also drank water. Snakes are stressed due to the drought, so I'm doing my part to give them water when I can. I've never seen so many thirsty reptiles.
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Aug 26 2020
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Jacob's Trail #58Phoenix, AZ
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Smokey! I didn't know there was a fire in the area, but I managed to get onto the trail and do a little scouting. I only saw a night snake. The main entertainment was after the hike. I stopped at Taco Bell to get an egg burrito. A thin, elderly, big bearded, and unmasked man came up to me to tell me that the coronavirus was like HIV and not airborne. He stated that his senator (whoever that is) told him and that the government is lying to us.

My first thought was, "So why do you believe in that one senator who also works for the government?" He had that blank stare that is common with mentally ill folks, so I felt sorry for him and listened. He told me that the virus was spread by eating meat. I told me that I don't eat meat, except fish once in a while.

I tested him out by saying that I don't trust anything Trump says to see if he was just a extreme far-right winger, but he replied, "They all lie." He talked about service in Cambodia (not Vietnam) and how oil is controlled by Saddam Hussein (I don't think he knows that he's dead). It was evident to me that he lonely and wanted to be hear and feelings validated, like most people.

Because he had a bindi (Hindi forehead dot) and spoke about the perils of eating meat, I assume he wanted to push is vegetarian agenda over any political tribal affiliation. I'm not sure why he was supporting a restaurant who serves meat.

The good news here is that my hobby of looking for snakes seems a lot more normal now than what others are doing and thinking right now. :D
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May 13 2020
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Hawes Trail SystemPhoenix, AZ
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A lot of people were happy to see more springtime snakes on their hikes, but now it seems like scorpions are starting to decorate the nighttime trails with their presence. Snake activity seems to be slowing down a bit in the East Valley, so we need to change up our hiking habits to increase the likelihood to seeing them. I'll stick to my nightly habits for now because coral snake season is here until mid-June.
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Apr 16 2020
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Meridian WashesPhoenix, AZ
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A slow start to 2020 in finding snakes, but finally, there is hope. I found 4 different species of snakes in 2 hours. I also saw an owl dive bomb a rabbit and miss in front of me. Lots of rodents out as well.
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Mar 01 2020
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Pass Mountain Loop Trail #282Phoenix, AZ
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I can't tell the difference between a Southwest Orangetip butterfly and a Sara Orangetip butterfly. :?
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Aug 31 2019
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Hawes Trail SystemPhoenix, AZ
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I went out this morning to try to find some critters that I can photograph with the skull. I saw 2 baby diamondbacks. I gave them both water, but the one escaped into a hole before I could get it into focus. If you see a hiker with a spray bottle and skull, that's me.

I didn't see too many lizards today. It's very dry. I'm starting to bring an extra gallon of water to water some of the cacti, because they're stressed and drying out. I was unable to catch one of the few whiptails that I saw this morning. I did catch a zebra-tail though. He posed nicely, but I need to use different lizards and other critters and a different skull in the future to do something different. I have a few other skulls that I can use for my next photos.
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Jul 17 2019
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Queen Elizabeth National ParkAfrica, WW
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Tour de Ugandan Part 3

Second time at Queen Elizabeth National Park. My first visit to the park was in October exactly 9 months ago. Weather was a sunny 80F +/-. June to July is part of the dry season; although their dry season started on July 13th, the day I arrived.

Last time I stayed at Queen Elizabeth, I stayed at the Buffalo Lodge. This trip I and my safari partners, Tiwanah and Brian, stayed at Bush Lodge. Although, Bush Lodge and Buffalo Lodge were very close to each other, they might as well be miles apart. They were very different. Bush Lodge is next to the water and very bushy. Snakes were more common in the area. The staff said that green mambas were commonly seen there, but I think the snakes that we seen were Jameson's mambas. Ugandas do not know their reptiles and amphibians too well. Buffalo Lodge lives up to their name. Cape buffaloes hang out outside the lodge. You were allowed to walk around at night at Buffalo Lodge, but you were not allowed to walk around at night at Bush Lodge because hippos came to feed in the area at night.

As soon as we settled in the room, I saw a snake hanging on the bathroom door. Bush Lodge has bandas with an outside shower. Buffalo Lodge has rooms and is totally indoors. The bandas are not that secure, so you share your space with geckos and arthropods and an occasional snake. As soon as I saw the snake, it fell off the door and squirmed up the wall. The staff had to move us to another banda. This is Africa.

On our night drive, I immediately noticed that there weren't as much wildlife as there was in October. A local told me that July was a tough month to see wildlife and fall and winter were the best months to see wildlife. One thing that I noticed about July were the numerous white butterflies. They were in abundances and many birds and geckos were feeding upon them. Some of my photos have white spots on them, which are actually butterflies. During this drive, we saw the usual suspects: kobs, vervet monkeys, a few elephants in the distance, waterbucks, ground birds, etc. We did see one sickly lion (no photo) and a leopard before retiring for the night.

During the night, we heard hippos grunting and chopping away on vegetation outside our banda. The next morning we continue with our safari. We ran across 4 lions (3 females and one cub). We then did the boat cruise and where hippos, fish eagles, crocs, and elephants were commonly seen.

Queen Elizabeth National Park is a must see. It's not the best African park to visit, but it's definitely a treat. Here are some final thoughts about Uganda and Africa in general:

1. Africans are better human beings in general. They are friendly and polite. They are simpler, humble, hard-working, and have an innocence about them that makes them more likeable.

2. Africans waste food like we do. I was taught to eat everything off your plate because there were people in Africa who were starving. Although, poverty is far worse than here, they rarely eat everything they're served.

3. After seeing African's megafauna and their exotic birds, it makes our wildlife less appealing.

4. Seeing the megafauna is humbling and makes me feel small in the larger scheme of things.

5. Food is different here. Not all of it is better. They don't know how to make pancakes and carrot juice, but their beef is superior to ours. I don't eat beef in the US anymore. I felt full and satisfied after eating their food.
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Jun 24 2019
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Humphreys Summit Trail #151Flagstaff, AZ
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Dec 22 2018
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Old Baldy - Super Trail LoopTucson, AZ
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Hiking12.90 Miles 4,050 AEG
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Hiked Mt. Wrightson again this month. I did this hike shirtless to continue with my cold weather training. Even though it was unseasonably warm (bees and lizards were out), most people were dressed like they were hiking Mt. Everest. Temperature at the trailhead was at 58F at 9:44am, and there were some icy patches. Temps varied during the hike, but there was plenty of sunshine to provide some free vitamin D for me. I also choose this hike in hopes that I would see a coati, which I ended up seeing. :D
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Dec 01 2018
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Old Baldy Trail #372 to Wrightson SummitTucson, AZ
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Hiking10.40 Miles 4,043 AEG
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I wanted to hike Wrightson again before the trail got too icy. Snow accumulated since I last visited, which was Monday. Start of the hike was 50F. On top, it was windy and near freezing, but I wasn't too cold. I hiked the trail in shorts with no shirt. I tested out my ability to withstand low temperatures. It was too bad. Only my finger tips got cold.

The people on the trail were cool and supportive too, unlike the hikers from Humphreys Peak. I know the photos make the area look unbearable to do with minimal clothing, but it's not as hard as you think. We were meant to withstand cold temperatures. You were just taught that you needed a jacket when it's cold and got accustom to the comfort of indoor heating. I'll probably do a few more cold weather hikes in minimal clothes before March.
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Oct 06 2018
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Jacob's Trail #58Phoenix, AZ
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I wanted to get 200 snakes under my belt for the year before I head to Uganda. I'm currently at 196. It's been a bad year for snakes. I only found a friction of what I'm used to seeing. I probably won't see any in Uganda. Maybe I'll see more when I return.
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Aug 21 2018
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Meridian WashesPhoenix, AZ
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I did a little snake scoutin' before work at the world famous Meridian Washes. I got rained on in the beginning, but I manned up and dealt with it. A lesser man would've given up and complained on social media about getting a little wet, but I was able to brave the elements and found 4 snakes in my effort : rambo : (1 dback and 3 longnosed snakes). It's good to see some long-nosed snakes again. The drought made them less abundant this year. :cry:
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Jul 07 2018
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Bulldog Canyon via FR3554Phoenix, AZ
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I haven't had too much luck finding snakes this year. Ii really have no one to blame for it, except you guys. :x Seriously, I often base my snake finding skills based on some of your photosets. If see snakes are being found often in a certain area, I will go and check it out, but few folks are posting snake photos this year due to the drought. It's sad. :cry:

Overall, 2018 has been good to me I need to step it up this summer. I'm off to see the mom in Florida next week and then planning a trip to Uganda in October, so if anyone has been to Uganda and knows something that I need to know before I go, I would appreciate it.
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Apr 01 2018
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Bell Pass Trail - MSPPhoenix, AZ
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A lot of people skipped church today to look for snakes, and they were out. I also bought a t-shirt to help preserve the McDowell Mtns (https://content.sierraclub.org/grassroo ... evelopment). It's a terrible year for snakes due to the lack of rain we got so far. My counts are very low this year, and I've only seen 3 species in AZ. Hopefully, things were change soon.

Also, my snake tally for this year:

1) Dbacks: 10
2) Gopher snakes: 6
3) Coachwhips: 2
4) Black racer: 1

Total: 19
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Mar 10 2018
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Maasai Mara National Reserve, WW 
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Screen name: Gummo of the Mzungu Tribe
Destination: Nairobi and Mara Maasai
Dates away: March 4th to March 16th
Mission: Safari, meet new people, and to spread American culture to other parts of the world.
Mood: :y:
Weather: mixed between showers and sun but thunderstorms on the last day.
Mode of Transportation: British Airways, Uber, and safari van.
Highlights: 1) Meeting Virginah - my travel partner, interpreter, and future snake hunting partner when she comes to visit me in the states (she doesn't know that yet). 2) Safari. 3) David Scheldrick's Wildlife Trust
Lowlights: 1) Vegetarian food was terrible, so I had to eat meat. :? 2) Heavy rains stopped me from seeing other areas of the country 3) Heavy Traffic
Song: Vashti Bunyan - 17 Pink Sugar Elephants ( [ youtube video ] )
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So I was planning on going to Africa toward the end of the year, but I met a lady named Virginah on social media and she invited me to come to Kenya and go on safari with her. She stated that she had time off work in February and March, so I couldn't turn this opportunity down. She met me at the airport and got busy making plans for our adventure.

Much of our adventure was dependent on the weather. It was still the dry season, but the rains were definitely coming in fast. We decided to go to Mara Maasai because Nairobi National Park was too expensive and they were giving her the runaround with the prices.

Virginah showed me around the city, and I showed her how to work the camera. We went to one of the urban forests and then David Sheldrick's Wildlife Trust where we learned about elephant behavior and played with the elephants. We spent a lot of our time learning about each other. I taught her about American culture and she taught me about her culture and about her tribe. She and I got along very well, as Kenyan women love American men (you guys would probably be the exception).

We ride in a van to Maasai Mara, which boarders The Serengeti. We did a quick evening safari drive, but didn't see much on that drive. Next day, we took the entire day exploring the Savannah and saw many creatures (see photos). We saw giraffes fighting, a lion kill, hippos, and lots of hyenas. The park wasn't what I expected. It rained a lot the day before, so the roads were muddy and skulls and other bones littered the landscape. The area was rich with wildlife and was definitely the best trip that I've ever been on.

We didn't do much when I returned from Maasai Mara. The rains started to kick up, so we watched a lot of Netflix shows and movies. I saw Black Panther too. We went to the Giraffe orphanage on the last day. I did not bring my camera to it, but I wish I did because there was lots of birds and warthogs there as well.

On the flight back, I met a girl from Germany who wanted to come to Arizona on a future trip. Kenya is a great place to visit, and it should be on everyone's bucket list. I will have to return.

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Dec 16 2017
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I decided to test out my cold weather tolerance by hiking Humphrey's Peak in shorts and without a shirt. My tolerance for cold temperatures is pretty high. I never wear a jacket.

I wasn't too cold until I got close to the summit. At the summit, my brown adipose tissue was in full swing. My hands felt frozen, and I was shivering hard, but was able to warm up fairly quickly and hike down.
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Sep 30 2017
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Lost Goldmine Trail #60Phoenix, AZ
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I wanted to get some herping in before the fiscal year's end. I took advantage of the warm weather and ended up seeing 4 snakes this morning: 3 baby diamondbacks and 1 small long-nosed snake. I've seen a total of 89 snakes this September, 438 snakes total this year, 148 diamonbacks, and 68 long-nosed snakes.
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Sep 28 2017
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Meridian WashesPhoenix, AZ
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A lot of people are getting upset because the weather is getting cooler, making the snakes less active. Snake hunting has been more of a challenge this past few days, but the scorpion activity seems to be thru the roof.

I see a lot of scorpions eating other critters. Today, I saw desert hairy scorpions eating a giant centipede, a baby whiptail, and a cricket. I did end up seeing one baby diamondback. I'm up to 432 snakes this year. Much better than last year. :D
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Jul 26 2017
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Goldfield Hi Country via Gateway CynPhoenix, AZ
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A lot of people are calling in sick, or even going as far as quitting their jobs, to look for baby long-nosed snakes this time year. Baby long-nosed snakes are hatched and are taken to the desert. It's disheartening that the news media has ignored this phenomenon, so I have to make up for it and get post some photos.

Last night I found 4 babies long-nosed snakes (newborns and yearlings), along with 2 night snakes. I focused my attack on snakes this time and ignored all toads. I went to the same area as yesterday because I did so well yesterday; although, I hike further from the river in a different area. No rattlesnakes this time.
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