Rough Green Snake in New Jersey

Opheodrys aestivus

Wharton State Forest, Pinelands National Reserve, New Jersey  July 2018

Not staged photographs, these are arboreal (tree dwelling) snakes that spend their time hunting for insects and spiders.  This snake was extremely docile and tried its hardest to ignore the photographer (me) shoving a camera lens into its perch.

Photography equipment used:

Tamron USA 18-400mm VC + Canon SL2 Digital Rebel

More info on Wharton State Forest

new jersey wildlife photography by dave blinder

A Rough Green Snake on the prowl for its next meal. Wharton State Forest in New Jersey, 2018, photographed by Dave Blinder.

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A Rough Green Snake on the prowl for its next meal. Wharton State Forest in New Jersey, 2018, photographed by Dave Blinder.

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A Rough Green Snake on the prowl for its next meal. Wharton State Forest in New Jersey, 2018, photographed by Dave Blinder.

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