Timber Rattlesnakes

(Crotalus horridus)

The Timber rattlesnake is native through out the Eastern half of the United States. It is designated as a Threatened Species in New York State and is protected by Environmental Conservation Law (ECL).

 

Snakes Photographed in NY*:

Catskill Mtns, Ulster Co., NY (2000 - 2002).

Catskill Mtns, Ulster Co., NY (July 2003).

Catskill Mtns, Ulster Co., NY (August 2003).

Catskill Mtns, Ulster Co., NY (September 2003).

Catskill Mtns, Ulster Co., NY (July 2004).

Catskill Mtns, Ulster Co., NY (8/14/2004)

Adirondack Mtns, Washington Co., NY (5/21/2005)

Catskill Mtns, Ulster Co., NY (6/2/2005)

Catskill Mtns, Ulster Co., NY (6/25/2005)+

Lycoming Co., PA 2005

Catskill Mtns, Ulster Co., NY (4/29/2006)+

Catskill Mtns, Ulster Co., NY (5/20/2006)+

Catskill Mtns, Ulster Co., NY (8/22/2006)+

Catskill Mtns, Ulster Co., NY (9/10/2006)+

Valdosta Co, Georgia (3/12/2007)+

 

Catskill Mtns, Ulster Co., NY (5/20/2007)+

Catskill Mtns, Ulster Co., NY (6/16/2007)+

Barbours, Lycoming Co., PA (7/08/2007)+

Ramapo Mtns, Rockland Co., NY (9/29/2007)

 

*NOTE: Vid-caps were taken with a Canon ZR-60 Mini-DV camcorder.

+ Pics taken with Nikon D70

 

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