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Once again,”Little Guy” says, “It’s time to stop rattlesnake roundups NOW! He’s a Great Basin rattlesnake (Crotalus oreganus lutosus), natrive to Idaho and the Great Basin area of the United States. Photo by Frank. Posted by Frank - March 12, 2012
“Piney”helping Frank and Scott teach about snakes and other reptiles at the Boise School District Wildlife Ecology classes today (Feb 10, 2010). She is a Northern pine snake (Pituophis melanoleucus melanoleucus). Northern pine snakes are native to the eastern United States and are part of the pine, bull gopher snake complex, the genus Pituophis. Photo by Darren B. Posted by Frank - March 12, 2012