TUCSON - According to Arizona Game and Fish Department, so far in 2020, there have been 39 rattlesnake bites in the state. Nineteen of those bites happened in April.
Experts say as temperatures continue to rise the snakes will be more active at night.
Rattlesnakes will rattle to warn you when you're close, but younger ones can't always make as much noise.
That is due to their rattles not being fully developed, but that doesn't mean a bite from them will hurt any less.