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Tuesday, September 20, 2005

Last Stand of the Massasauga Rattler

Traverse City Record-Eagle outdoor writer Bruce Bischoff reports that the Eastern Massasauga rattlesnake may be making its last stand in the swamps of Michigan. A 1990s assessment found rattlers at 204 sites in 50 counties, with populations in Crawford, Kalkaska, and Iosco Counties while a more recent study found the snakes at just 79 sites in 27 counties. The article provides good depth on the rattler and is well worth a read.

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