The Key ringneck snake, a reptile found only in Lower Keys rockland hammocks, ranks as one of 57 imperiled species targeted by a state conservation plan.
The Key ringneck snake, a reptile found only in Lower Keys rockland hammocks, ranks as one of 57 imperiled species targeted by a state conservation plan. Florida Wildlife Conservation Commission via KeysInfoNet
The Key ringneck snake, a reptile found only in Lower Keys rockland hammocks, ranks as one of 57 imperiled species targeted by a state conservation plan. Florida Wildlife Conservation Commission via KeysInfoNet

‘Imperiled’ Keys animals getting new action plans

November 22, 2015 08:48 AM

UPDATED November 22, 2015 03:31 PM

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