Western hognoses care

Natural habitat of Western hognoses

Natural habitats Western hognose or hognose snakes range from southwestern Manitoba and southeastern Saskatchewan (Canada) in the south through the U.S. by Illinois to the Great Plains, through Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and Mexico to southern Zacatecas and San Luis Potosi.

Heterodones nasicus species is found mainly in grasslands, open shrublands, forests, farmland and river flood plains, which extend from time to time in the semi-desert areas. Arizona contains Heterodones Mexican subspecies nasicus within grasslands and semi-desert of Chihuahua and Santa Cruz bushes.

Here we show the maps of natural habitats Western hognose and its real-time weather.


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