On the service drive just West of the girls dorm. 2'
Very small, pencil-thick.
Liam and I found about 5-7 individuals, including a baby, which I couldn't take a picture of. Awesome snake, here's hoping they can make a comeback.
The Target Species-of-the-Day. It lived up to every moment of it's acclaimed " Most Beautiful Serpent in North America" status. Lots of slithering exit shots...and then...this. Thank you Tony, Zachary Lin and others that lead me to this...writhing prism.
Big one seen by teacher walking back from Conf. course.
DOR after heavy rainfall
The Common Garter Snake (Thamnophis sirtalis) is an indigenous North American snake found widely across the continent. Most garter snakes have a pattern of yellow stripes on a brown or green background and their average length is about 55 cm (22 in), with a maximum length of about 137 cm (54 in). The average body mass is 150 g (5.3 oz).