A very young red spotted garter snake.
A large adult red spotted garter snake.
A red spotted garter snake in the grass.
A common, red spotted garter snake makes its way down an abandoned road.
A close up view of a red spotted garter snake with its tongue out gathering information.
A northwestern garter snake emerges from hiding.
Northwestern garter snake on fir needles.
Young Western Terrestrial Garter Snake
Western Terrestrial Garter Snake
A gravid western terrestrial garter snake rests in the evening sun.
Close up view of a garter snake.
Young Gopher Snake
A young gopher snake warms itself on a sun-baked asphalt roadbed.
Adult gopher snake coiled in the grass.
Adult gopher snake inspects the air with its tongue.
This rubber boa appears to display its tail as a decoy defense mechanism. Oregon's rubber boas measure only 14 to 30 inches but are closely related to some of the world’s largest snakes, including the boa constrictor and anaconda.
A ring-necked snake displays its colorful belly.
A ring-necked Snake on its back.
The ring-necked Snake's bright tail may act as a decoy to distract predators.
Face-to-face with a racer.
A mature western rattlesnake rests in a bed of dried grass.