Trying to identify a snake seen in your garden or on a camping trip can be difficult. This is a page about "what kind of snake is this?".
These common garden snakes are commonly known as DeKay's or brownsnake but the official name is Storeria dekayi. They can be found all along the Eastern side of the North American continent. They are harmless, eating slugs, snails and earthworms, and being eaten by larger snakes, birds and mammals.
These venomous pit vipers are found mostly in the Eastern US in deciduous woodlands and mixed forests. This page contains copperhead snake information and photos.
This is a page about kingsnake information and photos. The king snake is a nonvenomous snake that is opportunistic in its diet, eating other snakes including venomous ones, lizards, rodents, birds, and eggs.
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