Biggest one i have seen if that is what this is. He was well into the trees by the time I had been alerted to his presence and i only had my cell phone with me.
I spotted this little snake while I was pushing my granddaughter in a stroller on our county road. It sat perfectly still until we passed by. I only had my iPhone with me for a photo. The camera is going with me next time we take a stroll!
75 degrees F., overcast
Being eaten by a W. Cottonmouth
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.