Pacific Rubber Snake

By Grant Keddie. Oct 3, 1974. The Pacific Rubber Snake in the Lower Chilcotin. This article was published in 1975, in the British Columbia Provincial Museum’s publication Syesis. I have added in the original images that were not used in the final publication. I have also added the specific geographical points for the two snake specimens. 51 degrees, 44’ 02” north latitude and 122 degrees, 25’ 30” longitude for the higher elevation specimen and 51 degrees, 44’ 05” North latitude and 122 degrees, 24’, 15” latitude for the lower elevation specimen.   The Pacific Rubber Snake in the Lower Chilcotin During an archaeological and ecological survey of the Lower Chilcotin region in the summer of 1972, two Pacific rubber snakes, Charina … Continue reading “Pacific Rubber Snake”