The main rattlesnake species you’ll find in Indiana is the timber rattlesnake. That includes the areas around Charlotte and Wilmington, but not Asheville. This species doesn't rank high on many people's favorite animal list. But that doesn’t mean you won’t find rattlesnakes further north, too. Why are there so many rattlesnakes in Arizona? Timber rattlesnakes (Crotalus horridus) are heavy-bodied snakes with a broad head that is distinct from its narrow neck. These are the Northern Pacific rattlesnake, and the Great Basin rattlesnake. These snakes are common across most of the Midwest. You’d be lucky to find any. However, their numbers are much reduced. Here’s some further info on snake season in Texas. Type C venom has none of the above components and is relatively weak. They have the same rattle and a similar pattern. They have been spotted as far south as northern Georgia and as far west as southwest Wisconsin and northeastern Texas. These are the only rattlesnakes in the state. Then, in the northeast corner of the state from Flagstaff to the Hopi Reservation and Navajo Nation, you’ll find the Prairie rattlesnake, Crotalus viridis. You could find them in almost all of the state’s eastern half. The extent of their range is roughly from Milwaukee to La Crosse and Eau Claire. Several birds, although always secondary to mammals, are also known to be hunted, mainly ground-dwelling species such as bobwhites, but also a surprising number of passerines. However, the rattlesnake that you find in Alabama is likely to be a different species to the one you would find in California. These live throughout the state. In warmer states, rattlesnakes can come out all year long, although they do still have a recognizable ‘season.’. The only snakes in Hawaii have been introduced by people. When hiking, stick to well-used trails. In our neck of the woods, the following are common: eastern diamondback rattlesnakes, timber rattlesnakes, eastern coral snakes, Carolina pygmy rattlesnakes, northern pine snakes, and Carolina water snakes. Similarly, you can find pygmy rattlesnakes in every corner of the state, too. Rattlesnakes have also been harvested as human food. Here too you’ll find the Grand Canyon rattlesnake, which lives in the Grand Canyon. Martin's (1988, 1992, 1993) notes are summarized below. But one species you will find here is the Western rattlesnake, Crotalus oreganus. Three to 13 young (ave. = 7.6 ± 3.2, n = 8) are born in September through early October. The number of prefoveal scales varies between 2 and 8. The snake prefers the Great Basin to the arid Mojave Desert. Because this is the furthest east you’ll find them, prairie rattlesnakes are very rare here. Timber rattlesnakes live in the region around Kansas City and Topeka. Aside from that, Minnesota is entirely rattlesnake free. But you can still find them in and around Louisville. As the name suggests, it’s far more speckled. The third is the prairie rattlesnake. The species moved further north after the last Ice Age, when the glaciers retreated. But they’re more widespread than the western diamondback, and can be identified by the unique way they move. That’s mainly because of their unique habitat requirements. There are still be isolated pockets in Massachusetts, especially in the center of the state. Another rattlesnake species that lives in the south is the rock rattlesnake. You can also find western massasaugas between Houston and Austin, up through Dallas, towards Oklahoma. If you do see one, count yourself lucky. And as there are no other rattlesnake species this far north, there are no rattlesnakes in Maine. Dark markings appear in bands around the body; they're rounded toward the head and become more v-shaped toward the tail. Timber Rattlesnakes are heavy-bodied vipers that can reach up to 6 feet in length at maturity. No subspecies are currently recognized. Timber rattlesnakes/canebrake rattlesnakes can be found throughout Tennessee. These snakes live around Salmon-Challis National Forest, out towards Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest in Montana. Some of these species are spread across the whole west coast. They only live around the Kentucky Lakes and the Tennessee River, in the western half of the state. Because their range is so large, rattlers have diverse habitats. Eastern Diamondback rattlesnakes live in the eastern half of the state, as do timber rattlesnakes. Both have their own unique rattlesnake species. They’re easy to find in reservation land. They’re common out in the country around many of Montana’s largest towns and cities. They are found in select locations along, and near, the coast. But their range extends north, over the border into NM and AZ. Each distinct species has its own range. The first rattler you might find is the eastern diamondback. Rock dens make ideal places to shelter for the winter. These live in the eastern tip around New Orleans. Often a rust-colored vertebral stripe is present. Another species in the south is Crotalus ruber, the red diamond rattlesnake. These snakes love the forested Allegheny and the Appalachian Mountains which stretch into the state. Eastern diamondback rattlesnakes live throughout the state, from the Everglades to the Panhandle. They’re recognizable by their entirely black tail scales. These snakes are widespread in Mexico with small populations here. There used to be a population south of Boston. Some states only have 1 or 2 rattlesnake species, but others have 10 or more species. So, again, their numbers are declining. Their other colors vary from yellows and olive greens, to browns and black. A wide range of rattlesnakes live across the U.S. and North America, and some varieties live in South America as well. In Pennsylvania, it is not present west of Chestnut Ridge, which is in the Laurel Highlands, nor is it present in the southeastern corner of the state. You can certainly find them in wooded areas south of Des Moines and Cedar Rapids. Where the winter is so harsh that the ground freezes over and they can’t burrow in order to find shelter, rattlesnakes will die. There used to be timber rattlesnakes in Maine, as there were across most of the northeast. They request that you report any sightings, especially any photographs of the snakes. "Many counties maintained bounties on timber rattlesnakes and held 'round ups,' where hundreds of animals were harvested at these events," according to the … Apart from that, they’re very common in the state, including the area around Atlanta. It’s a similar story for western massasaugas. [1] Species are listed as such due to their wide distribution, presumed large population, or because they are unlikely to be declining fast enough to qualify for listing in a more threatened category. Adult timber rattlesnakes average 36 to 60 inches in total length. Litters size varies from 7 to 10 young. Any snake that got this far north would freeze to death during the winter. In the center of the state, you’ll also come across some prairie rattlesnakes, Crotalus viridis. These live all across the state, with the Tennessee River as a rough northern border for their range. One of the snakes that are far more common is the Western rattlesnake Crotalus oreganus, specifically the Great Basin rattlesnake, a subspecies. C. horridus is extirpated in Maine and Rhode Island and is almost[clarification needed] extirpated in New Hampshire. Timber rattlesnakes live throughout Georgia, barring Grady and Thomas counties, as well as Early, Calhoun and Clay counties. Avoid tall grass, weeds and heavy underbrush where snakes may hide during the day. You can find timber rattlesnakes throughout Missouri, apart from Worth, Gentry, and Harrison counties. Rattlesnakes found in Brown County are predominately yellow or brown in color. You’ll also find them along the western border of the state. The Western rattlesnake (Crotalus oreganus) covers almost the whole state, bar San Juan county in the southeast. However, the majority of the individual timber rattlesnakes, including neonates, These snakes are a dark, dusky black with lighter stripes. In the Gila River Indian Reservation and the Tohono O’Odham Nation Reservation, west of Tuscon and south of Phoenix, you’ll also find Tiger rattlesnakes. Their habitat extends from New Hampshire, through the Appalachian Mountains. One effect of the toxin can be generalized myokymia. [10], Adults usually grow to total length of 91–152 cm (36–60 in). [10] Large specimens can reportedly weigh as much as 4.5 kg (9.9 lb). Eastern massasaugas prefer swamps, and there are fewer places left for them. They den communally and will use the same den site for generations. These are the timber rattlesnake and the Western rattlesnake (Crotalus oreganus). From the Mojave Desert in the west, to the 210 mountain ranges, the state has somewhere for almost every species to live. Idaho isn’t home to many species, unlike states further south. Generally tan or yellowish tan, the timber rattlesnake has markings along the back that are dark brown and change from blotches on the neck to bands near the tail. Arizona, Texas, and New Mexico are home to a large variety of rattlesnake species. Before striking, they often perform a good deal of preliminary rattling and feinting. Snakesforpets.com is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for me to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites. Timber rattlesnakes, or Crotalus horridus, are an endangered species of rattlesnake native to the United States. Rattlesnake den removal can be a difficult and dangerous task, especially for dens that house dozens of snakes. As we learn more of the secret lives of timber rattlers through radio telemetry, videography and innovative experiments, we discover abilities beyond our previous understanding. This species can be found almost across the entire state. The snakes here have lost their pattern and color, and appear completely black. In warm weather, the pests hide near homes among rocks and thick brush. They’re only found in around ten towns. Reinert, H. K., and R. T. Zappalorti. These snakes inhabit the eastern half of the state, including the areas around Dallas, Houston, and Austin (but they don’t usually come as far as San Antonio). I hope that you find this website useful! There are some not far from Rapid City, too, but they run all along the border with Wyoming, and then Montana too. There’s a small population of the sidewinder rattlesnake in the bottom southwest corner of the state. However, these snakes are now critically endangered. But they extend north into Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas. There are timber rattlesnakes in the eastern half of the state, including the area around Oklahoma City. The timber rattlesnake is the only rattlesnake located in the northeastern U.S. The U.S. is home to the rattlesnake, which is one of the world’s deadliest snake families. Timber Rattlesnakes are considered endangered and according to the Indiana DNR they are one of only four venomous snakes in the state. Throughout the state, you’ll also find pygmy rattlesnakes. Four venom patterns have been described for this species: Type A is largely neurotoxic, and is found in various parts of the southern range. [32] Cist (1845) described how he lived in western Pennsylvania for many years, and the species was quite common there, but in all that time, he heard of only a single death resulting from its bite. kristianbell / Getty Images. A castanet is a tail rattler. During the summer, gravid (pregnant) females seem to prefer open, rocky ledges where the temperatures are higher, while males and nongravid females tend to spend more time in cooler, denser woodland with more closed forest canopy. The only place they aren’t so common is in the Kootenai National Forest, down to the Lolo National Forest. Absence of suitable den sites is likely a chief determinant of the historical range of the Timber Rattlesnake. However, they are infrequently encountered, and it’s unclear how many there are. Timber rattlesnakes are the largest venomous snake found in Missouri, ranging from three to five feet long - not including the rattle! This species lives throughout Baja California, but is also found near the California-Mexico border. You can only find them in the Loess Hills north of Mondamin. However, it is hard to see the brown pattern on some snakes, and they look uniformly black. They inhabit almost all of the southern half of the state, and the west, all along the Mississippi. [27][28] Timber rattlesnakes are known to use fallen logs as a waiting site for prey to pass by, giving them an elevated perch from which to effectively strike their prey, which is almost entirely terrestrial rather than arboreal (even arboreal prey such as squirrels tends to be caught when they come to the ground). Crevices in rocky faces or talus with westerly to easterly southern exposures are used for denning or overwintering. And along the border with Kansas, you may spot some western massasaugas. A snake with a smaller range in Florida is the timber rattlesnake. However, it’s thought that the snakes here have since died out. You can find them around Grand Junction, east into the Grand Mesa National Forest, and north towards Dinosaur National Monument. That’s because of Texas’ unique location. You’ll also get western diamondback rattlesnake in western-central areas. Timber rattlesnakes can live over 30 years. These snakes live up in the Texas Panhandle, and all across west Texas, near the borders with Mexico and New Mexico. There are only three rattlesnake species in Colorado. [25], Female timber rattlers often bask in the sun before giving birth, in open rocky areas known as "basking knolls". "There are more people here and they're moving into the bluff areas, and that's where the Timber rattlesnakes live," Edwards said. [19], Timber rattlesnakes are present in the eastern United States from southern Minnesota and southern New Hampshire, south to east Texas and north Florida. Eastern Diamondback rattlesnakes live throughout South Carolina, as do timber rattlesnakes. [31], CroFab antivenom, while not specific for C. horridus, is used to treat envenomations from this species. But the habitat here is as pleasant as it is for them in Arizona or Nevada. Rattlesnakes do not lay eggs in nests. The last Crotalus species in Texas is the Prairie rattlesnake, Crotalus viridis. You can even find some around Sioux City, and just south of Sioux Falls, although they’re less common here. You used to find them in every corner of the state from Bloomington north. This was rejected by Conant (1975), but followed by Collins and Knight (1980). There are plenty around Charleston. [35] That state's legislature praised "...a proud contribution by the eighth grade class at Romney Middle School, from West Virginia's oldest county, in West Virginia's oldest town, to have been instrumental in making the timber rattlesnake the state reptile..."[36]. Snakes can be found in virtually every locale - and in many backyards - around the world. Yes, Florida is home to three different species of rattlesnake: the pigmy rattlesnake, the eastern diamondback and the timber rattlesnake. Required fields are marked *. These snakes are on the decline, especially at the edges of their range in PA and NY. They also extend down into the Dominguez-Escalante National Conservation Area. The timber rattlesnake’s range still extends into Pennsylvania, even if it is shrinking. You used to find eastern massasaugas in Alabama, but they are much less common than they used to be. You’re unlikely to encounter any. Between the supraocular and internasal, only a single canthal scale is present. Dens are a central focus in the life history and ecology of timber rattle-snakes. You can find them around the Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area, and as far north as Rock Springs. Field observation of the association of adult and neonatal timber rattlesnakes, Crotalus horridus, with possible evidence for conspecific trailing. These snakes live among the rugged open bluffs of southwestern and western Wisconsin. They have been spotted as far south as northern Georgia and as far west as southwest Wisconsin and northeastern Texas. There are 36 species in total, and around 65-70 subspecies. Western diamondback rattlesnakes live throughout most of the state, but not in the east and far north. The timber rattlesnake is Missouri's largest venomous snake. You won’t find any rattlesnakes in Alaska, Delaware, Hawaii, Maine, and Rhode Island. These snakes do live in the eastern half of the state, and around the main cities. These live around OK City, west and north, up to around Woodward. These snakes are common throughout the Midwest, but are only present in parts of North and South Dakota. The first is in the south-central part of the state. These snakes are members of the viper family. Rattlesnake Reproduction. Given that Iowa is the furthest north you’ll find these snakes, they’ll likely disappear soon. Based on an analysis of geographic variation, Pisani et al. However, they aren’t as common in the coastal plain near the Gulf or around Hattiesburg. Across the north and west of the state, you also used to find eastern massasaugas. This is to some degree offset by its relatively mild disposition[31] and long brumation period. If you swap the two, its name would be “Dreadful Rattle”. [20] One hundred and fifteen rattlesnakes have been marked within Brown County State Park in Indiana, one of the only places where they can be found in the state.[21]. They will coil beside a fallen tree or log and wait for their quick-moving prey to pass. One is the midget-faded rattlesnake, which is a subspecies of the Western rattlesnake, Crotalus oreganus. The only area that doesn’t have a significant population in the north-eastern quarter of the state, in the Hopi Reservation. Timber rattlesnakes live in every part of Arkansas. These snakes only live in the far north of the state, in the area between Tallahassee and Jacksonville. One species that covers almost the entire state is the prairie rattlesnake, Crotalus viridis. 1988b. In more heavily populated and trafficked areas, reports have been increasing of rattlesnakes that do … The timber rattlesnake, canebrake rattlesnake or banded rattlesnake (Crotalus horridus),[4] is a species of venomous pit viper endemic to eastern North America. Norris R (2004). But you will find rattlesnakes across the entire state of Utah. There are occasional news stories of them finding their way into people’s yards, but they prefer to be left alone. There also aren’t so many at the Fort Peck Indian Reservation in the northeast. Ventrally they are yellowish, uniform or marked with black. The only rattlesnake species you’re liable to find in South Dakota is the prairie rattlesnake, Crotalus viridis. Although diurnal (active during the day) during spring and fall, timber rattlesnakes become nocturnal (active at night) during the oppressive heat of the summer. Western diamondback rattlesnakes can be found in the whole southern half of the state. In the summer some timber rattlers move into deciduous forests and croplands. Unfortunately, the western massasauga isn’t as common as it once was. Their range has been gradually shrinking. [19], Their prey are mainly small mammals, but may include small birds, frogs, other small animals, including other snakes. Well… pretty much everywhere. This is probably due to its venom, which we’ll talk about more in depth in another section. Sidewinder rattlesnakes live in this southern corner too. It’s because of the state’s unique habitats. There’s the black-tailed rattlesnake, also known as the green rattler. Snake-proof fencing should be solid or have mesh gaps no larger than 1 ⁄ 4 inch (0.64 cm) and should be at least 36 inches (91 cm) tall. Rattlers are amazing creatures. Another common snake is the pygmy rattlesnake, which only grows to two feet long. The snakes inhabit part of the western half of the state along the border with New York. Where Do Rattlesnakes Hibernate? https://www.snakesforpets.com/where-rattlesnakes-live-in-america/. On the opposite side—so in the panhandle and the rest of the west, west of OK City—you have prairie rattlesnakes instead. 3. Aside from that, there are no rattlesnake species in Maryland. Arizona is home to more rattlesnake species than any other U.S. state. Today’s populations are much smaller than they once were, in the center and west of the state. Some reach 8 feet in length and weigh up to 10 pounds. The only venomous rattlesnakes in Montana—and the only venomous snakes here, period—are prairie rattlesnakes. [5] It was found in Pennsylvania that the smallest size females that could produce viable eggs was 72.2 cm (28.4 in). Beyond that, you can find them north of Vancouver up to Kamloops in Canada. There is no single ‘ideal habitat’ for rattlesnakes, but there are ideal habitats for each species. They actually give birth to live young. Massachusetts was once home to many timber rattlesnakes. Iowa is the furthest west that these snakes live. There are no native snakes in Hawaii, so there are no rattlesnakes there. To the north in the Midwest, and to the south is Mexico. These two species compete for the same habitat here. You can find western diamondback rattlesnakes throughout the southern half of the state. But rattlesnakes do not always stay inside their dens. They’re instantly recognizable due to their pitch-black tails. Rattlesnakes have a chunky body with a blunt tail; bull snakes have a long, lithe body and pointed tail (with no rattle), though both snakes can make a rattling sound. [34], The timber rattlesnake was designated the state reptile of West Virginia in 2008. Dundee and Rossman (1989) recognized C. h. atricaudatus, but others take a more neutral point of view. This snake is endangered, and has only a limited habitat. Like other North American vipers, they have a broad, flat, triangular-shaped head. The timber rattlesnake may arguably be among the state's most endangered species. And where the borders of Mexico, New Mexico, and Arizona meet, you’ll find some Mojave rattlesnakes, too. Your email address will not be published. These are sometimes called ‘western rattlesnakes’ too, but they’re a different species, Crotalus viridis. [4], Considerable geographic and ontogenetic variation occurs regarding the toxicity of the venom, which can be said for many rattlesnake species. It’s unclear, but there may still be a small timber rattlesnake population in Rhode Island. Further west, towards the Appalachians, there’s a larger population of timbers, too. [30], Potentially, this is one of North America's most dangerous snakes, due to its long fangs, impressive size, and high venom yield. Clark RW (2002). However, they’re rarely encountered, and their range is shrinking. They live in every part of the state, including in and around Birmingham and Montgomery. [16], The dorsal scales are keeled[17] and arranged in 21–26 scale rows at midbody (usually 25 rows in the southern part of its geographic range, and 23 rows in the northern part). There are only two venomous snakes found in Wyoming. You can find them around significant population centers, or out in the country. This species is common throughout the Midwest, and its range spans from Canada to Mexico. You can find them near El Paso, around Roswell and the Mescalero Reservation. [7], The timber rattlesnake was one of the many reptile species originally described by Carl Linnaeus in the landmark 1758 10th edition of his Systema Naturae, and still bears its original name Crotalus horridus. In the southeast, there’s a substantial population of pygmy rattlesnakes, too. "And when it gets hot, the snakes move to cooler areas. New Hampshire is the easternmost extent of the timber rattlesnake’s range. There are 29 species, including:Timber rattlesnake (Crotalus horridus)Sometimes called a canebrake rattlesnake, these snakes found in the Eastern United States. Human encroachment on their habitat has killed most of them off. Aside from that, you can find desert massasaugas. Timber rattlesnakes den with other snake species during the winter, typically on south-facing slopes under talus or inside rock fissures. Populations of timber rattlesnakes in Massachusetts—and all New England states—are much lower now. 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