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    A quick guide to all 18 species of michigan snakes




    This is every species of snake found in Michigan.
    The Great Lakes State has a wide variety of wildlife living in its woods and waters. Among the deer, elk, bears, and many different types of birds are several different kinds of snakes.

    There are many misconceptions about what snakes are found here. Despite what you may have heard,
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    I trust no snake
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    #18 doesn't look like the ones in my shooting berm, except they both have rattles on the end of their tails.

    I've seen garters and blue racers around also
    TomE / hunterspirit

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    I'd have to buy more # 8's for my Judge if I lived in MeatChicken I guess. I shoot my share of Rattlesnakes out here. They're hanging out around reservoirs & streams and irrigation ditches in the warm months, and they're on the move to dens come hunting season in October.

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