Conservation Training

The eastern massasauga: Wisconsin’s wetland rattlesnake

February 2, 2024

10:30 am – 11:00 am
Location: Online

The eastern massasauga, one of two rattlesnake species found in Wisconsin, is incredibly rare globally and only remains at eight sites in the state. Unlike most rattlesnakes, the eastern massasauga is more at home in wetlands than in dry uplands. Learn more about this unique snake, its habitat, and current research in Wisconsin from WDNR conservation biologist Rori Paloski.