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RATTLESNAKE INDENTIFICATION & RANGES:
CaliforniaHerps.com
Southern Pacific Rattlesnake (CA & Baja Mex.)
Northern Pacific Rattlesnake (CA, OR, WA, NV, ID & British Columbia)
Great Basin Rattlesnake (CA, OR, NV, ID, UT & northwestern AZ)
Northern Mojave Rattlesnake ("Mojave Green") (CA, AZ, NV, southwestern UT, extreme southern NM, western TX & Mexico)
Red Diamond Rattlesnake (CA & Baja Mex.)
Southwestern Speckled Rattlesnake (CA, AZ, NV, UT & Mexico)
Western Diamondback Rattlesnake (CA, AZ, southern NV, NM, TX, AR, OK, southern KS & Mexico)
Mojave Desert Sidewinder (CA, AZ, NV, & southwestern UT)
Colorado Desert Sidewinder (CA, AZ & Mexico)
Panamint Rattlesnake (CA & NV)

INFORMATION ABOUT THE RATTLESNAKE VACCINE:
Red Rock Biologics Rattlesnake Vaccines

SNAKE HANDLING and REMOVAL EQUIPMENT: While we maintain our recommendation that the best way to avoid being bitten by a rattlesnake is not getting near one, we appreciate that some people are comfortable and concerned enough to attempt to safely remove and relocate a rattlesnake from their property. Please note that snake nooses or similar contraptions involving a pole/stick and a loop of cord or wire can actually be very damaging to a snake causing them to often die a very slow and miserable death. Instead we recommend a set of long, wide-paddled tongs and the snake should be grabbed 1/3 to 1/2 the way down the snake's body. Grabbing them right behind the head with the rest of their body weight pulling down on their neck vertebrate can be very harmful as well.
Tongs.com - Gentle Giant Tong line
Snake Stix Snake Tongs from Millipedes and More

Natural Solutions-Rattlesnake Aversion Training
Protecting your loved ones from potential harm



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