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River Cooter

Pseudemys concinna

Description:

Smallish female about 10 inches long.

Habitat:

Yellow River in the Piedmont of Georgia.

Notes:

This young lady was traveling uphill about 200 feet away from the river apparently looking for an open area to dig a nest for her eggs when she ran into the work area near my garden. After taking the pictures I let her go on her way. I had an appointment to make, so I didn't see where she wound up. This is the 4th river cooter to come to the house. I am concerned about providing a suitable nesting area, we have plenty of land, but how to guide them there is another matter.

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Georgia, USA

Spotted on Jun 22, 2019
Submitted on Jun 23, 2019

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