The Brown Water Snake I rescued from a garage in Table View earlier in the week had recovered from her ordeal, and I released her this afternoon.


Nocturnal and aquatic, Brown Water Snakes can swim very well. They’re usually confined to damp localities near streams and rivers, and although mainly active at night may hunt along shaded streams during the day.

Brown Water Snakes feed on frogs, tadpoles, small fish and occasionally nestlings and rodents. Oviparous, they lay 6-23 eggs in mid-summer with young measuring 15-22cm.

Find out more about this species here.

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