dead on road. could use some confirmation
It was seen near a lake. Couldn't tell how long it is exactly, but it's around 2 feet. Northern water snakes lives near any aquatic area, they eat small fish and amphibians. It's active during day and night.
Two snakes 10 feet from each other -- looks like they were out of their winter dens, and waiting to warm up and change skins.
thermoregulating on top of Typha stalks
Sunning on large rocks jutting out into creek.
The northern water snake (Nerodia sipedon) is a species of large, nonvenomous, common snake in the Colubridae family that is native to North America.