Thanks for the info.
I have a good story about a camping trip we did in the old scout cabin on Billy's Island, (if it is still there.
Before we left the ranger warned us that the Island was crawling with Canebrake Rattlers, and to not leave the path that led from the water to the cabin. He said that the campers before us saw so many that they didn't even stay overnight.
As ones who loves snakes, reptiles and all other critters, we were excited and thought sure we would see a few. We tramped all over the island and through the densist underbrush that we could find and never saw a one.
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