Great Basin Rattlesnake
The Great Basin Rattlesnake is a light brown snake with darker spots running down the middle of it’s back. They can come in shades of brown, gray, olive, and yellow. Like most other rattlesnakes found in Norther America, they have a thick body, the characteristic arrow shaped head, and a rattle on the end of its tail. This snake is a subspecies of the Western Rattlesnake.