Hello all, I am new to this forum and so I will go ahead and introduce myself. My name is Daniel Duff; I am 26, and work as a lab tech at a water plant in North Georgia. I have also started a website dedicated to Georgia's population of mountain dwelling Horridus. It is new and growing so please be patient as it grows. Its main focus is of course education for those who are unfamiliar with timber rattlesnakes, and also those who are very familiar with timbers will hopefully also get some use from its content. I monitor around a dozen den locations in North Georgia and with the help of the Orianne Society’s Viper Specialist group. We hope to gather sufficient data to effectively safeguard timber habitat (dens, rookeries, migratory feeding grounds, basking balds etc.) in Georgia, and hopefully keep them from suffering a similar fate as their northern ranging counterparts. Please feel free to comment or make suggestions. Thank you all for your time. Since I am new I cant post my web URL, but it is in my profile.