I’m in Maryland does anyone know what kind of snake this is.I know its not poisinous but I tried to ID it and the closest thing I can come to is possibly a milk snake? Found it laying on the ridge of middle panel on garage door on the inside of garage lol.Pics are kinda crappy only had phone handy.Monster 6, DL 28.5 DW 72#, QAD UltraRest HDX Lost Camo, HHA DS-XL5519, Carbon Tech Panthers, G5 Strikers 100gr
Joined: 10/22/2007Milk snake is my first thought.Mathews S2 / Copper John 4-pin / QAD HD LD / Worlds Best Strings / 808 Bowslings / Easton Bloodlines
Milk snake is my first thought.
x2 or maybe adolescent black rat snake.
Joined: 8/19/2004Just a little rodent control. Eastern milk snake.
Joined: 6/21/2007There are two classifications of snakes for me. Class 1, deadly, scary, get the heck out of dodge kind of snakes…..I call this class snakes that are ALIVE. Class 2, no worries, aint gonna hurt ya in any way, shape, or form……I call this class snakes that are DEAD! I much prefer class 2 snakes!You have to be the change you desire to see in the world!
There are two classifications of snakes for me. Class 1, deadly, scary, get the heck out of dodge kind of snakes…..I call this class snakes that are ALIVE. Class 2, no worries, aint gonna hurt ya in any way, shape, or form……I call this class snakes that are DEAD! I much prefer class 2 snakes!
Thanks guys I was just curious as to what kind it was.Like I said I knew it wasn’t poisinous so I didn’t kill it but it as been evicted from the garage and relocated……lolMonster 6, DL 28.5 DW 72#, QAD UltraRest HDX Lost Camo, HHA DS-XL5519, Carbon Tech Panthers, G5 Strikers 100gr
Joined: 10/8/2008Like everyone else said, it looks like a milk snake to me.
I used to think just as q2hunter, but since my job includes traversing remote and rough terrain, I’ve become more tolerant of snakes. As long as they ain’t poisonous I’m not as worried about them. Now timber rattlers get my attention, I like to see them at a distance with no surprise. My experience with them is they are very passive creatures and just try to get away from you.
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Location: Call me...867-5309I’m no expert, but I think that’s a king cobra…The end is near....
I saw something about that on the SciFi Channel, King Cobras that morph into Milk Snakes … it only attacks young, beautiful women … we’re safe … you aren’t wearing your Bridal Gown are you?
Location: Call me...867-5309
No, but I did get a really nice prom dress from the last spam attack. Now I’m just waiting for your invitation….The end is near....
Wow! Which one did you order? I ordered the hot pink one LOL – still no date
Almost forgot – Since you found it at your home, it’s obviously a ‘house snake.’
My wife came running out of the house screaming about a snake in the bedroom. (she was expecting at the time). Said it was in her make-up bag. I thought she was nuts. Did find the snake hiding behind the window curtain. Didn’t know what kind it was so I took the snake up to my neighbors house (farmer). He looked at it and scratched his head and asked where I found it. Told him it was in the house. He smiled a big grin and said well that’s easy then. It’s a house snake! LOL
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