Hi I have been getting into rattlesnakes and other venomous snake interests and i was wondering if someone had a book or internet guide for every venomous snake alive i’ve been wanting to do some reasearch on them and start to learn how to identify species especially of rattlesnakes thank you
I’ve had this book since I was a kid. Pretty good for NA species with real photos.
I agree with @eorr53 also not sure anymore but you used to be able to get these same type of field guides in locations like reptiles and amphibians of Colorado, ect… these were better and more detailed on the locals and subspecies if applicable! Always use real pictures and if from the internet try at least 2 reputable sources. I can’t tell you how many times in real books or on the internet that they show a picture of a Burmese and label it a reticulated Python or boa constrictor!
National Audubon Society Field Guide to Reptiles and Amphibians: North America (National Audubon Society Field Guides) https://a.co/d/4RIw78v
Well I see you thought of the same book I did. Should have read the entire thread
One step ahead of ya!
I’ve actually passed this on to my son but I still borrow it from him frequently. Hah.
I get some strange looks when I read mine at the airport and on planes!!
Thats a good price! Looks in great condition!