The Northern Pacific rattlesnake is one of the few rattlesnake species that live in Canada.
Its range covers most of the western part of North America from Mexico to British Columbia. The Pacific rattlesnake is a venomous snake and its bite can be fatal to humans. You are strongly advised to leave the Pacific rattlesnake alone if you run into in the wild. If you do get bitten by a Pacific rattlesnake seek medical help immediately!
Reptiles of BC: Northern Pacific Rattlesnake.
Northern Pacific Rattlesnake – Crotalus oreganus oreganus.
Northern Pacific rattlesnake on the Toronto Zoo website.
Rattlesnakes Two Hours Apart Pack Totally Different Venoms.
Beware of rattlesnakes and their bite this season – Oliver Chronicle.