Copperhead???

1wildcatfan

12 pointer
Jan 2, 2009
13,898
raised n Bullitt Co.
Do you all not have copperheads where you live? They’re thick on the western end of the state especially the hilly banks along Kentucky Lake if he saw this one close to home. Western Calloway County close to the Graves County line in close proximity to the Backusburg Mound on the banks of the western fork of the Clark’s River is another hot spot and area I was born and reared where I’ve killed or saw a many.
These snakes are in Bullitt Co, adjacent to Ft Knox.
 

1wildcatfan

12 pointer
Jan 2, 2009
13,898
raised n Bullitt Co.
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These snakes are in Bullitt Co, adjacent to Ft Knox.

I had mentioned to that biologist who studies timbers in the area about your find but I had told him the Jonathan Creek area in Marshall County. I relayed to him just now via messenger that it was actually in Bullitt. He messaged me back:

“Interestingly enough there actually are extremely rare sitings near Jonathan Creek and I always wonder if the animals actually swam there from LBL by accident.”
 


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