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By Laura Sternberg. As it turns out, Michigan is its main home. Lest you think it is located only in the wilds of the Upper Peninsulathink again. The Massasauga hibernates and doesn't emerge until early May when it hunts for crayfish in and around swampland and marshy areas.
Keep in mind, this could include areas around boat launches. In Massaguas summer Masszguas, it can be found in woods and in prairie grass. That being said, the Massasauga's numbers are dwindling. This is partially due to suburban sprawl taking over the wetland areas. While the snake will attempt to protect Massaguas, it is docile United trophy casselberry not overly aggressive.
Death is extremely rare, and no deaths have been reported in Michigan in over 40 years. While the Massasauga tends to head the other way when humans are around, hikers should stay on trails, pay attention, and take care when crossing logs — favorite hiding places of the Massasauga.
If you should happen upon a Massasauga in your travels, best leave it alone. Having an uninvited Massaguas Masaguas your yard will probably not be an issue unless you live in a wetland area. If so, you can reduce the likelihood of trespass by eliminating rodents and wood piles in your yard, as well as keeping shrubs and grass trimmed. Chances are it will leave on its own and be gone within 24 hours. Love it or hate it, the East Massasauga Rattlesnake is part of Michigan's ecology and food chain, so Massguas decline of its numbers should be of concern.