Rattlesnakes

The three rattlesnakes of Tumamoc

Don’t be alarmed, they’re not here to hurt you. Learn more about the three species of rattlesnakes that occur on Tumamoc.

Script: Barbara Terkanian
Scientific Advisor: Matt Goode

Images (in order of appearance):

Tumamoc Hill, Paul Mirocha
Western Diamond-back rattlesnake, Paul Mirocha
Black-tailed rattlesnake, Paul Mirocha
Tiger rattlesnake, Paul Mirocha
Three rattlesnakes of Tumamoc, Paul Mirocha
Black-tailed rattlesnake, Chris Marzonie, Sky Island Alliance
Tiger rattlesnake, Sky Island Alliance
Black-tailed rattlesnake, Sky Island Alliance
Tumamoc Hill, Paul Mirocha
Tiger rattlesnake, Sky Island Alliance
Black-tailed rattlesnake, Sky Island Alliance
Rattle snake illustration, Paul Mirocha
Rattlesnake missing mouse video, Higham Lab, UC Riverside
Three rattlesnakes of Tumamoc, Paul Mirocha
Baby rattlesnake, animalia-life.club
Juvenile rattlesnake, animalia-life.club
Red-tailed hawk, Sky Island Alliance
Roadrunner, Sky Island Alliance
Skunk, Sky Island Alliance
Coyotes, Sky Island Alliance
Lyre snake, Sky Island Alliance
Black-tailed rattlesnake on Tumamoc Hill road, Benjamin T. Wilder
Baby rattlesnake, animalia-life.club
Three rattlesnakes of Tumamoc, Paul Mirocha