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'Everything was tingling': Lethbridge woman recovering from a rattlesnake bite

Jamie Marou is still recovering 10 days after she was bit by a rattlesnake. It’s a scare the 31-year-old will never forget.

“Everything was tingling – like my eyelids, my cheeks, my teeth, my gums – everything, my finger tips.” 333 more words


Pokemon Go Outside

If you’ve recently seen a bunch of sweaty, pale, unfit people who look like they generally don’t go outside very often, congratulations, you’re witnessing the phenomenon known as Pokemon Go, the new augmented reality game recently released for certain mobile phone platforms. 1,270 more words


My Article on Rattlesnakes was Published

It was nice to see my article on rattlesnakes appear in the Lake County News online newspaper.  CLICK HERE to read it. 8 more words

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Sleeping with my boots on and eye open

The monsoons started which turns the desert into a jungle. A few days ago I shot a rattlesnake.

He was only 18″ but more deadly then the big ones. 82 more words


Snake Avoidance for Dogs Saves Owners, Too

Dog ownership comes with a lot of responsibilities.  Feeding, exercising, grooming and regular vet visits are familiar routines for every dog owner, but having pet dogs in the Sonoran Desert comes with its own unique set of concerns.  813 more words

Encounters with Wild Animals

One of the amazing things about our national parks and monuments is the opportunity to see animals in the wild.  We had several memorable encounters on our road trip to the Painted Hills and John Day Fossil Beds National Monument.   172 more words


More And More Rattlesnakes Slithering Into Bay Area Backyards

SAN CARLOS (KPIX 5) — Hot weather means an increased threat of rattlesnakes around the Bay Area and on the Peninsula.

People in San Carlos say they’ve come across the reptiles out in the open — in their backyards. 305 more words