rattlesnake snake timber
FILE– In this September 2008 handout file photograph from the Mass. Div. of Wildlife and Fisheries, a timber rattlesnake rests in a coil on a rock in Western Massachusetts. A plan by the state to start a colony of venomous timber rattlesnakes on an off-limits island in Massachusetts’ largest drinking water supply is under fire. (Bill Byrne/The Mass. Division of Fisheries and Wildlife via AP)


What does a two-fer cost the taxpayers of Massachusetts? A two-fer in this case is one rattlesnake and one eagle.  An eagle snatched a rattlesnake and bites rattlesnake in half, rattlesnake bites eagle during attack, both die. Due to lack of transparency and accountability in DCR I’ll take a guess a million dollars for eagle, and two million for rattlesnake (snake bureaucracy much larger).  That is a 3million two-fer. 



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