More about Timber rattlesnake Lyme disease Rats Mice More about Timber rattlesnake , Lyme disease , Rats , Mice The good thing is that nobody was bitten . That thing was literally less than 2 feet off the trail.... The good thing is that nobody was bitten . That thing was literally less than 2 feet off the trail.... (Credit: Nathan Rupert) This article originally appeared on OnEarth.org. (Credit: Nathan Rupert) This article originally appeared on OnEarth.org. I’ve adjusted the fill and highlights to make the snake more visible. I’m about 6 feet away here and... I’ve adjusted the fill and highlights to make the snake more visible. I’m about 6 feet away here and... Average adult size is 36-60 inches; Timber rattlesnakes over 70 inches have been reported. Range:... Average adult size is 36-60 inches; Timber rattlesnakes over 70 inches have been reported. Range:... What a beauty this snake was! The rattle was entirely intact and featured 10 segments. My layman’s... What a beauty this snake was! The rattle was entirely intact and featured 10 segments. My layman’s... Photo used by permission: Photo used by permission: Order: Testudines Family: Emydidae Blanding's Turtle - Emydoidea blandingii Order: Testudines Family: Emydidae Blanding's Turtle - Emydoidea blandingii Zooming in helped some but honestly my hands were shaking a little. The flash brightened things up... Zooming in helped some, but honestly, my hands were shaking a little. The flash brightened things up... ...a feature article in the Poughkeepsie Journal featuring one of our adult Timber rattlesnakes. ...a feature article in the Poughkeepsie Journal , featuring one of our adult Timber rattlesnakes. Timber rattlesnake Hardy County WV mid-June 2011. Photo taken by John Cassidy who spotted it... Timber rattlesnake, Hardy County, WV, mid-June 2011. Photo taken by John Cassidy, who spotted it... Model of Timber rattlesnake- Model of Timber rattlesnake- Common Name: Common Name: In order for the Pinelands Timber rattlesnake project to be successful public involvement is crucial... In order for the Pinelands Timber rattlesnake project to be successful public involvement is crucial... Science Kids © Home About Topics Experiments Games Facts Quizzes ... Science Kids © | Home | About | Topics | Experiments | Games | Facts | Quizzes ... Photo used by permission: Photo used by permission: While strolling down Snake Road counting the cottonmouths I noticed this beautiful young... While strolling down Snake Road counting the cottonmouths , I noticed this beautiful young... ©2006 - 2017 Association of South Eastern Field Herpetologists© All Rights Reserved. ©2006 - 2017 Association of South Eastern Field Herpetologists© All Rights Reserved. Resources Split Rock Mountain Wild Forest Overlay Split Rock Wild Forest- UMP Timber rattlesnake... Resources Split Rock Mountain Wild Forest Overlay Split Rock Wild Forest- UMP Timber rattlesnake... poison sumac poison sumac In the last picture you can see that even though the snake is almost entirely black some very... In the last picture, you can see that even though the snake is almost entirely black, some very... Photo used by permission: Photo used by permission: While strolling down Snake Road counting the cottonmouths I noticed this beautiful young... While strolling down Snake Road counting the cottonmouths , I noticed this beautiful young... Return to Life List Index Return to Mike's Page Return to Life List Index Return to Mike's Page Email : E-Card Poster Web Master Delete Edit Info Admin Email : E-Card | Poster | Web Master Delete Edit Info Admin Copperhead Copperhead While strolling down Snake Road counting the cottonmouths I noticed this beautiful young... While strolling down Snake Road counting the cottonmouths , I noticed this beautiful young... ©2006 - 2017 Association of South Eastern Field Herpetologists© All Rights Reserved. ©2006 - 2017 Association of South Eastern Field Herpetologists© All Rights Reserved. Wild Science: Timber rattlesnakes Wild Science: Timber rattlesnakes Tweet No species ID suggestions 1 Comment Sign in to comment Tweet No species ID suggestions 1 Comment Sign in to comment
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