Originally Aired 10/9/06. Timber rattlesnakes can be found in small communities in the northeast, but meager numbers and environmental threats necessitate careful monitoring of their population. Laurie catches up with a Nature Conservancy biologist dedicated to observing this unique species for a look into their methods and findings.
[gtalert title=”Field Notes Archive” title_color=”#699bb1″ close_button=”no” border_style=”none” border_radius=”4″]Field Notes with Laurie Sanders aired from 1999 through 2009. It focused on the natural history of New England- from special habitats to the life cycles of individual plants and animals to profiles of people involved with safeguarding our environment. If you have a question about Field Notes please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.[/gtalert]