> Eastern Milk Snake - Lampropeltis triangulum triangulum
Eastern Milk Snake - Lampropeltis triangulum triangulum
Canon EOS 10D
1/181s f/16.0 at 100.0mm iso200
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Found one of these cute critters in my garage last night. About 6" long, bright red vibrant colors. Very angry as I tried to catch her. Was striking continuously but mouth not big enough to latch onto my hand. Released to woods behind my house.
Pretty sure this was what I saw today while watering my veggie plants - seemed like a baby and I am guessing harmless.
We found a little guy in our school hall. I've narrowed his identity down to either a Milk snake or a King snake. He was a beauty. We just released him into the wooded area near our facility.Hope he makes it.
June 19, 2010 Winsted, CT (northwest corner of CT) This spring I found a dead samall snake that looked like this. The only difference is the brown markings surrounded by black were mauch larger - two timees longer. Would this be the same snake?
My husband found a baby one in the woods outside our house in Denmark ME, yesterday, what a beauty! His/her colors were vibrant and it was about 8" long. He tried to bite a couple of times bless him, but he was absolutely harmless.
Thanks so much for the great photos. They are so clear and totally allowed me to identify the snake that I found in my laundry room today. I am glad I found your photos because the other pics I viewed were not nearly as crisp and clear as yours.
Baby Milk Snakes are about 6-8", and they grow to about 4'.
Hi, how big do red milk snakes get to when fully grown in captivity, and how big are they as a baby?
Lovely little guy !