Snakes are extremely beneficial, and are not a threat to anyone. They won't attack you, or chase you!
PLEASE, DON'T KILL THEM.
Give us a call, and we will remove and relocate them for you, if possible, or give you more information about them.
These five snakes are the most common in Connecticut
Three light yellow or white stripes running the length of the body; dark body with whitish flecks in a checkerboard pattern.
"Y" or "V"shaped mark on top of head. Whitish gray body with reddish brown and tan blotches with black borders. Black and white checkerboard pattern on the belly.
Body color darkish gray or black with alternating faint bands of brown or gray; banding more visible in young. Cream colored belly patterned with reddish-brown crescent half moon shapes. This snake is NOT a Water moccasin or Cottonmouth and is not venomous.
Northern Ring necked Snake
Dull blue gray or black body; yellow neck ring; bright yellow belly.
Brilliant green color, thin body.
These two snakes are the only venomous snakes in CT, and are extremely rare, and very rarely seen. They are not aggressive, and will lie quietly while you pass by merely a few feet away!
Copper colored body with brown or reddish bands wide on the sides and narrow on the back. Head is much wider than neck.
Rattle at the end of tail; head wider than neck; large stocky brown, black, or yellow body with dark "V" shaped bands
Other Connecticut Snakes:
These snakes are very uncommon and are rarely seen.