Sorry for the radio silence, I have been back a week now from Corfu and Paxos but computer problems have meant I could not upload any photos until now. As usual I had a great trip, Paxos in particular delivering some surprises. For now here is a photo of one of the Aesculapian snakes (Zamenis longissimus) that we found, this one from Corfu. Report and photos on the way soon.
3 responses to “Corfu and Paxos”
Hi, so good to see this post. I went to Corfu (Kassiopi) at short notice 7th – 12th May myself. I hadn’t been before and due to short notice was unable to do any decent pre-trip herp research. I fully intend to go again to make up for that – please could you point me to an info / contact I could consult to help for my next trip? (I’m on the ARG UK panel). I’d be most grateful. I only saw one glass lizard but sadly it was dead. (Obviously don’t want to broadcast reptile locations on the Internet). Does anyone do guided reptile walks out there? Many thanks 🙂
Nice picture of the snake, really beautifull animal, did u really make this on Corfu?
Must be cool to get to go to different countries and see snakes in their natural habitat. Some of those snakes are absolutely beautiful.