This common snake has thin body and striking stripes. It's prevalent across New York State, including cities.
This non-venomous snake lives near lakes, rivers, and ponds.
This snake is recognized for its gorgeous red, black, and yellow bands. Forests and fields are among its habitats.
This intriguing snake can pretend dead and has an upturned snout. New York sandy or grassy places have it.
New York's sole poisonous snake is the Eastern Massasauga. Its rattling tail alerts predators in wetland settings.
These little snakes have a yellow or orange neck ring. They live around damp logs and leaf litter.
This brilliant green snake lives in grassy regions and near water. It's little and safe.
This slim snake lives in woods, meadows, and suburbs. Its back features a faint stripe.