The twin-spotted rattlesnake, Crotalus pricei, was the last of the 3 small montaine species of rattlesnake I have found. I’ve heard they are relatively easy to find if you’re in the right area, and I knew the right area, so I wasn’t in a particular hurry to find one. The day finally came and I decided to try for one. It wasn’t too long before I found it either, buzzing away below me. One more for the life list!
I did come back the next day with my sister to find one, but only put in half an ass worth of effort. I did see one, but it made it down into the rocks before I could get to it. Oh well.