Which of the U.S. states has the best timber rattler?
The state of Idaho has a population of about 12,000 people.
About 3,500 are estimated to be timber rattlers, which can be found in the U,S.
and in Canada.
But the U of I does not have a national timber rattling organization.
In 2015, there were 664 reported rattlers in the state.
A report released by the state’s Wildlife and Fisheries Department found that about half of the rattlers had been injured or killed, but that only a small fraction had reported being bitten.
The report also found that there were no documented fatalities of timber rattlets in the wild.
In addition to being threatened with extinction, the rattler population is also impacted by the loss of its habitat.
As a result, some of the species that are being killed off are considered to be critically endangered.
The population of timber rattle has been declining in recent years due to habitat loss, and has been decreasing over time due to a lack of predators.
The U.N. estimates that the timber rattle population in Idaho will be reduced to 1,000 to 3,000 by 2060.
In the past decade, the U-N has recommended that Idaho reduce its timber rattlet population to as few as 50 rattlers.
There are also reports that some wildlife managers in the Idaho area are considering a ban on the sale of live rattles.
As the population of rattles continue to decline, the state is considering creating a non-profit organization to oversee the recovery efforts.
The state is currently considering funding a timber rattley rehabilitation program to provide education and support for the populations, and to help rehabilitate those who are deemed too old to handle their own animals.