The Timber Rattlesnake is found from Vermont to Florida and west to Kansas.
"Pathfinder" by Alan Douglas
The timber rattlesnake has habitat preferences similar to those of the eastern woodrat.
"Ecological Observations on the Woodrat, Neotoma floridana" by Henry S. Fitch
In the Smokies region we have two poisonous species: timber rattlesnakes and copperheads.
(Host) Commentator and naturalist Ted Levin has been working on a new book about the intersection between timber rattlesnakes and their human neighbors - leading to some interesting encounters.
Details revealed on elusive timber rattlesnake .
Officials estimate there are 20 timber rattlesnake s left in New Hampshire.
We're learning more about a timber rattlesnake that was found in a Raymond family's garage earlier this week.
This endangered timber rattlesnake was recently found in a Raymond home.
Timothy Dwight may have seen one when he passed by, as he wrote about snakes, as well, but the timber rattlesnakes after which the creek had been named were long gone.
(Host) According to naturalist and commentator Ted Levin, Timber rattlesnake migration is slow, methodical, predicable - and for him - irresistible.