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Most species live in open, rocky habitats, but some others can be found in prairies, deserts, marshes, or forests. They depend on a warm habitat with basking sites, plentiful with prey items like lizards, birds, and rodents.
Most species are Least Concern – IUCN 2007; Santa Catalina Island Rattlesnake is Critically Endangered – IUCN 2007
The Americas, from southwest Canada to central Argentina. The majority of species are found in the American Southwest and Mexico.
Reptiles and Birds Zone of the Sculpture Learning Plaza