Field notes and photography by Bryan D. Hughes

Northern Elevation of the Great Basin Rattlesnake

This area is the Northern-most area I’ve ever seen the Great Basin rattlesnake. In fact, it is slightly outside of the documented range by several miles, depending on how sloppy the lines are on the rangemap you’re looking at. I had the pleasure of spending a day here observing them move around the rocks that make up their densite.


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