Corn-like Milk Snake (or vice-versa) by Bird Banding Station

(Reposted) Erica Mueller recently photographed a (non-poisonous) snake by the bird-banding station at the closed Erie landfill.

We know that some people don't like to view photos of snakes, so you'll have to continue reading to see a couple of photos and use a link to learn more about two types of snakes that this snake has been ID'd as — Corn or Milk. You decide! (Thanks, Erica!)


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More on Corn Snakes here.

More on Milk Snakes here.

Recipe for Corn Milk Soup inexplicably here.

 

 

9 thoughts on “Corn-like Milk Snake (or vice-versa) by Bird Banding Station

  1. Mike G.

    “Some people don’t like to view photos of snakes.” Yes, too many people would, erm, recoil in terror, if you posted such a scary photo on the main page.

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  2. Judy Collier

    According to the NJ Department of Fish, Game and Wildlife, corn snakes are rare in New Jersey and only found in parts of the Pine Barrens.

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  3. Taylor

    according to the research i’ve done on the red corn snake this looks too close to be an eastern milk snake. the scale texture and the markings are almost a perfect match to the snake i myself found just a few days ago. It was a baby not more than 10 inches long and had the red spotting same as the picture above. The belly was a white and red checker board pattern. Just seems like it is too similar to be an Eastern Milk.

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