birding-aus Copperhead Snake

Subject: birding-aus Copperhead Snake
From: "Harold Eddleman Ph.D." <>
Date: Sun, 21 Feb 1999 18:34:26 -0800

> birding-aus
> Dear Martin,
> Maybe I should paint my house to see what turns up! The last time I
> painted my house, quite a few years ago, the only interesting sighting I
> had was a close encounter with a Copperhead which was curled up with the
> garden hose. I don't know who got the biggest fright, me or the snake!
> Cheers,
> Carol
> Carol Probets
> Katoomba NSW
Copperhead is also the name of our only poisonous snake in Southern
Harold Eddleman Ph.D. Microbiologist.        
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