Wildlife Oil Painting Original Snake Eastern Indigo by Ginette Callaway

Eastern Indigo Snake Wildlife Oil Painting
Dimensions: 20 x 40 x 0.75 inches
On stretched Linen

(the unframed sides do not have staples and are painted dark, the painting will be ready to hang either way)

Eastern Indigo Snake (Drymarchon couperi)

Eastern Indigo Snakes are found from southeastern Georgia, Alabama and Mississippi south to the Upper Florida Keys They inhabit pine forests, hardwood hammocks, scrub and other uplands. Eastern Indigo Snakes are well known and respected for their ability to eat venomous snakes, such as rattlesnakes, Cottonmouths and Copperheads.

Habitat loss from development and agriculture, habitat degradation due to lack of fire and human activities, and collection for the pet trade have led to significant reductions in populations of Eastern Indigo Snakes, which are protected throughout their range by state and federal laws.




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