What's This Baby Snake?

We live on a hill and every time a hole is dug for a plant, the rocks have to be removed. So the rocks become borders for the beds as well as being used as walkways.

When I pull weeds around the beds, I move and restack the rocks. Look what I found under the rocks under one of the trees.

Do you know what it is?


Ann Hohenberger said…
My first guess is a king snake, benign and slow moving, and once common in the East. Sadly, I never see them anymore. Let's see what others think it is.
Anonymous said…
I'm not sure what is, but it doesn't really look happy to see you.

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