Nature Notebook

Eastern massasauga rattlesnakes are a native species protected through state and federal laws and deemed a federally threatened species due mostly to habitat loss and human persecution. They typically occupy areas such as prairie fens, wet meadows, and swamp habitats while also utilizing upland forest and drier habitats throughout the year but can be considered as a habitat generalist.

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