1 seen climbing an oak tree. Long, slender arboreal green snake. Observation by Thetis Gamberg.
Crossing ranch road.
Seen by Randy.
Noticed this small snake moving through a weedy roadside amidst rice fields and pastures.
Opheodrys is a genus of small to medium-sized colubrid snakes commonly referred to as green snakes. In North America the genus consists of two distinct species. As their common names imply, the Rough Green Snake has keeled dorsal scales, whereas the Smooth Green Snake has smooth dorsal scales.