Another Ridge-Nosed Rattlesnake in Arizona from 2008.
Tags: crotalus willardi, rattle snakes in arizona, rattlesnake, ridge-nosed, ridgenose
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Wow, I’ve never seen or heard of this rattlesnake before. At first I thought it was a boa. Thanks for sharing.
Gorgeous little guy. willardi has always been one of my favorite rattlesnakes, and your photos are beautiful at capturing their grumpy-yet-wonderful personalities.
What part of Cochise County can you find C. willardi? firstname.lastname@example.org
I won’t give anything too specific (more than any field guide would), but willardii can be found in the mountains in the Southern part of the County.
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