• BirdForum is the net's largest birding community dedicated to wild birds and birding, and is absolutely FREE!

    Register for an account to take part in lively discussions in the forum, post your pictures in the gallery and more.

snake

  1. Rat Snake

    Rat Snake

  2. King Ratsnake

    King Ratsnake

    As I was not familiar with snakes, I didn't come close to examine it when I spotted a snake curl on one side of the trail. When I processed the photos in my computer, I just managed to find that there were 2 snakes instead.
  3. Picture 1: The Sucuri

    Picture 1: The Sucuri

    We found this Anaconda in Amazonas, Brazil which was about 2 meters long eating our neighbors chickens! Fortunately we let the snake go free behind our house.
  4. Northern Water Snake

    Northern Water Snake

    Spotted this one while out photo-fishing. Non-poisonous.
  5. Snake - ID Help Please!

    Snake - ID Help Please!

    Spotted this snake slithering along the side of our house, which was a surprise! I think its a juvenile but not sure if its a Grass Snake or an Adder.....
  6. Glossy Marsh snake on Sea-shore

    Glossy Marsh snake on Sea-shore

  7. Rat snakeCloseup

    Rat snakeCloseup

  8. Rat snake

    Rat snake

  9. David v. Goliath

    David v. Goliath

    A Northern Flicker landed in the tree I was observing, and one Hell of a racket ensued. I couldn't tell exactly what was happening, but I clicked off several quick shots. Imagine my surprise to see a large Rat Snake arguing with the Flicker.
  10. Chen's bamboo viper

    Chen's bamboo viper

    Trimeresurus stejnegeri chenbihuii, the Hainan subspecies of Chinese bamboo viper.
  11. Short Toed Snake eagle in flight

    Short Toed Snake eagle in flight

  12. western_whip_snake-_mating_pair

    western_whip_snake-_mating_pair

    courting couple of western whip snakes. Non venomous.
  13. Rat Snake

    Rat Snake

  14. Rat snake

    Rat snake

  15. Orange Tree Snake

    Orange Tree Snake

    Orange snake seen in tree on Bohol Island Philippines - species unknown but said to be venomous
  16. Tiger Snake

    Tiger Snake

    Was happy to come across about 8 Tiger snakes on this day but kept my distance.
  17.  LIFTING ITS BACK PART..THE MOMENT JUST BEFORE TAKING OFF..!!!!!!!!

    LIFTING ITS BACK PART..THE MOMENT JUST BEFORE TAKING OFF..!!!!!!!!

    STSE belongs to sub-family Circaetidae, which consists of a group of medium to large broad-winged species these are mainly birds which specialise in feeding on snakes and other reptiles..and that is the reason, most are named as "snake-eagles" or "serpent-eagles".....obviously, its preys are...
  18. Heron Vs Snake

    Heron Vs Snake

    Snake biting and attached to heron's neck.
  19. Heron Vs Snake

    Heron Vs Snake

    Snake biting and attached to heron's neck.
  20. Heron Vs Snake

    Heron Vs Snake

    Snake bites and attaches to heron's neck.
  21. Diamondback Water Snake

    Diamondback Water Snake

    Diamondback Water Snake (Nerodia rhombifer rhombifer: Colubridae) Most adults range from 51-86 cm (20-34 in) but they can reach 152 cm (60 in) long. These non venomous snakes are notorious biters and are famous for excreting copious amounts of musk (not the kind you want to wear). Photographed...
  22. Corn Snake #3

    Corn Snake #3

    See Corn Snake #1
  23. Corn Snake

    Corn Snake

    I go our searching for snakes in Florida and usually don't find them. The story on this snake was that it was found crawling across a neighbours bed. She freaked. Her husband caught it and they brought it to me for id. I released it back where it belonged but took some pictuires before it...
  24. Yellowbelly Water Snake

    Yellowbelly Water Snake

    Yellowbelly Water Snake (Nerodia erythrogaster flavigaster: Colubridae) Adults of this non venomous snake are quick to bite and are usually 71-122 cm (28-48 in) long while the record is 157 cm (62 in) long. This individual was ca. 122 cm (48 in) long. Photographed along the banks of the Little...
  25. Western Ribbon Snake

    Western Ribbon Snake

    Western Ribbon Snake (Thamnophis proximus proximus: Colubridae) Adults range from 51-86 cm (20-34 in) long. This one was on the upper end of that range. Given females are the larger of the gender, I would call this a female. Photographed in Lick Creek Park, College Station, Brazos County...
Top