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  1. Spring months active time for rattlesnakes 

    …of rattlesnakes also call Arizona home. Depending on location, the species that are encountered most often are the Western diamondback, sidewinder, Mojave, and black-tailed rattlesnakes. “Arizona has more rattlesnake species…

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  2. Wild About Arizona: The Truth About Rattlesnakes

    Join Arizona Game and Fish Department wildlife biologists Jeff Meyers and Cheyenne Towne for a rattlesnake presentation. Rattlesnakes have suffered greater levels of fear from people than most snakes. The…

  3. Whitewater Draw Wildlife Area

    …and Reptiles Press to toggle details. Amphibians and Reptiles Common amphibians and reptiles in the area include plains leopard frogs, Mohave and western diamondback rattlesnakes, western coachwhips, gophersnakes, kingsnakes, western…

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  4. Podcasts – Wild About Arizona

    The Official Podcast of the Arizona Game & Fish Department Listen to our podcasts Examples of what our podcasts are about include: wildlife watching, bald eagles, rattlesnakes, how we “send…

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  5. Field Guide to Amphibians and Reptiles in Arizona

    …photographs, illustrations and natural history, making it easy to identify salamanders, toads, frogs, turtles, lizards and snakes. The first edition was published in 2006, and the new book, published in…

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  6. Ridge-nosed Rattlesnake

    About Adult ridge-nosed rattlesnakes consume small mammals, birds and lizards, while juveniles focus on lizards and giant centipedes. Their weakly toxic venom poses a low threat. Mating occurs in July…


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