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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote Donation Page: http://www.artofconservation.ca/RMBolton/support.htm This film features some of the incredible wildlife seen in the American Southwest (Arizon… Video Rating: 5 / 5

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14 Comments

  • adrialobob80 6 years ago

    I like this video?

  • Jonathan Low 6 years ago

    What cmera do you use and who employs you , aweinspaaring vids

  • TheJakeMan1J 6 years ago

    I don’t know why these videos don’t have more views. How long did did it
    take you to find all those crotalids? Some of those aren’t exactly abundant.

  • Ryan M. Bolton 6 years ago

    Thank you very much! I try to sometimes give the less-liked animals of the
    world their time in the spotlight. I am glad you enjoyed despite the
    subject matter! Thanks again.

  • Sandra Fuller 6 years ago

    I don’t like snakes and bugs, but very nice work.

  • luisgil8505 6 years ago

    I don’t know how you get this expectacular videos!

  • pukulu 6 years ago

    quite a few species of rattlesnakes – there must be an ample supply of
    small rodents that they feed on.

  • Ryan M. Bolton 6 years ago

    Thank you very much!

  • jr gemini 6 years ago

    I salute you Mr Ryan… Very wonderful videos…

  • luisgil8505 6 years ago

    What do you want to know about my city. Or what video would you like to
    watch about the animals from here?

  • luisgil8505 6 years ago

    Always your report are great. Why dont you make a report about the fresh
    water turtles from mexico. I am a turtlesfan. One like for your video.

  • Jonathan Low 6 years ago

    Can you please think about doing a film on jaguars…they are awesome and
    are like endangered(I think). And maybe the snow leapords. thanks so much
    ‘Salute’

  • Ryan M. Bolton 6 years ago

    Thanks for watching! All of the Crotalids were seen during a two-week trip
    (daily searching in prime habitat). You’re right, even in good habitat
    where they are known to exist, it’s never a sure thing with rattlesnakes.
    Thanks again!

  • Ryan M. Bolton 6 years ago

    Thanks very much for the comment! This video would have been shot mainly
    with a Canon 6D and various lenses. I would have also used a Canon 550D, a
    GoPro, and a Canon SD1400IS with underwater housing. I am freelance and
    have picked up small contracts here and there, but mainly sell to stock
    agencies to (almost) pay the bills. Thanks again!