Snake Tracks Field Update for 5-23-13 Utsanati’s Tracks

27 May

Field update for the Earthshine Nature Programs Snake Tracks Timber Rattlesnake Conservation project for May 23, 2013.

Today I found Utsanati about 150 feet northeast of his last location.  He was in the middle of the power-line access way, on the  surface in a resting coil.  He never rattled or moved event though I walked to within 3 feet of his location.    I was not able to locate Zoe today.

On May 25th I will locate Zoe and Utsanati and pull them from the field just long enough to replace their transmitters, let them recover and then release them back at their capture locations. I will be sure to get it all on film for you to witness.

Take a look at the video from today below.

For more information on the Snake Tracks project and Earthshine Nature Programs please visit us at

It is our goal at ENP to promote wildlife conservation through exciting hands-on education, outreach programs and online with our nature videos.

I am not paid to operate ENP or to conduct wildlife conservation activities. ENP is a 100% volunteer operated project designed to educate you about these greatly misunderstood and amazing animals and hopefully, to impart to you, their beauty, uniqueness and intrinsic value to a healthy Earth and healthy humans.

If you would like to help support Earthshine Nature Programs please feel free to donate using this link: Receipts available upon request. You may also donate supplies such as animal foods, medical supplies, reptile vitamins and habitat supplies. If you are interested in donating any of these items please contact us for more information on our current needs.

THANK YOU Earthshine Discovery Center and all of you who have helped to make Earthshine Nature Programs happen! Without all of you our wildlife conservation and education mission would not be possible.
Visit the Earthshine Discovery Center to learn how you and your family, school, scout, corporate or camp group, can visit us and have a wonderful fun and educational retreat!

Music by The Steep Canyon Rangers used with written permission.


2 Responses to “Snake Tracks Field Update for 5-23-13 Utsanati’s Tracks”

  1. Dottie Brown 05/28/2013 at 10:31 pm #

    How is Lola

    Sent from my iPhone
    : – D

    • snakesteve 05/31/2013 at 3:41 pm #

      She is doing wonderful! She loves to eat roaches, crickets and fruit and all the kids love to hold her on their chest and stare into her pretty little lizard eyes:-) Thanks again for donating her to us!
      How are you doing?

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