Carolina Young Birders

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Matt


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Joined Sep 28 2013
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MALE
Charlotte, NC
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The Adventures of Dandruff Dinh Fansite
Young Birder's Association
Carolina Young Birders
Lonely Mountain Travels
Middle Earth
Aging in 2050
Janson's Reptile Jungle
Fordstown Government
Horizons Elephant Project

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President, Carolina Young Birders Club

Lives in Charlotte, NC

Favorite bird (as of now :)): Blackburnian Warbler

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6 Comments

Reply Martina
5:56 PM on September 22, 2014 
http://youngbirders.aba.org/2014/09/velociraptors-and-moving-rock
s-notes-from-camp-colorado.html

Looks like you had an awesome time, hopefully I can make it one year!
Reply Matt
7:15 AM on April 17, 2014 
Eastern Kingsnake since you say it's about the size of a rat snake. They're closely related. Kingsnakes are fairly common throughout the SE and show a wide variation in pattern. Hope you are having fun in AR, can't wait to see your pics in the travel gallery!
Reply Martina
9:58 AM on April 16, 2014 
Hey Matt! Here in AR there is a TON of wildlife. I know you're into reptiles as well, so let me ask you a question: we found a dead snake that had been hit. It was black with a lot of little yellow dots like a Common Loon, maybe. It had a yellow belly. We thought it was a ratsnake but I don't have a field guide so I'm kinda clueless. Thanks!
Reply Matt
8:52 PM on March 4, 2014 
Thanks Martina!
Reply Martina
7:16 PM on March 4, 2014 
Hey, I saw you in the Ballantyne magazine, nice work!
Reply Matt
5:51 PM on December 14, 2013 
Check out the new Blog Post! And, members are welcome to post their own experiences on the blog or forum!

Happy birding!