A plan to save timber rattlesnakes

Wildlife Quabbin Valley with Mike Krunklevich

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)

Merit based system to save timber rattlesnakes in 5 existing

hibernacula                            2-20-17

Snake haters do not need to read this writing as it describes a possible solution to keep the timber rattlesnakes from going extinct in Massachusetts.  Only people that are interested in saving the timber rattlesnake population in Massachusetts should read this.

No matter how you view this controversy, turn it sideways, turn it upside down, politics and money are staring…

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