Yellow Rat snake
Non-poisonous
Red Rat snake
Non-poisonous
Hog-nose snake
flattens his head when provoked
non-poisonous
No Pic
Canebrake or Timber rattler
note stripes on back
poisonous
COTTON MOUTH (WATER
MOCCASIN)
Poisonous
Matt with Eastern Diamond
Back Rattle snake
poisonous
Coral Snake
head starts with black
poisonous
Baby Copper Head
Poisonous
Pygmy Rattlesnake
grey with black spots
Poisonous
BANDED WATER SNAKE
LOOKS LIKE A WATER
MOCCASIN
NON- POISONOUS
SCARLET KING SNAKE
HEAD STARTS WITH RED   
     
NON-POISONOUS
BABY RAT SNAKE
NON-POISONOUS
SNAKES
There are 43 species of snakes in the
coastal plains of Georgia.  Of that 43
only 6 are poisonous.  Below are two lists
of snakes.
James with a glass lizard
often called a glass snake,
the glass lizard is
endangered.
Matthew Holding Eastern
Diamond Back Rattlesnake.
Non-Poisonous Snakes:

Northern Scarlett Snake
Southern Black Racer
Southern Ringneck Snake
Eastern Indigo Snake
Red Ratsnake
Yellow Ratsnake
Grey Ratsnake
Eastern Mud Snake
Rainbow Snake
Eastern Hognose
Southern Hognose
Mole Kingsnake
Eastern Kingsnake
Scarlet Kingsnake
Eastern Coachwhip
Red Bellied Water Snake
Banded Water Snake
Florida Banded Water Snake
Florida Green Water Snake
Brown Water Snake
Keeled Green Snake
Florida Pine Snake
Glossy Crayfish Snake
Striped Swamp Snake
Pine Woods Snake
North Florida Swamp Snake
Florida Brown Snake
Midland Brown Snake
Northern Red Bellied Snake
Florida Red Bellied Snake
Southeastern Crowned Snake
Eastern Ribbon Snake
Peninsula Ribbon Snake
Eastern Garter Snake
Rough Earth Snake
Smooth Earth Snake
Venomous(Poisonous)
Snakes:

Eastern Coral Snake
Southern Copperhead
Eastern Cottonmouth
Diamondback Rattlesnake
Pygmy Rattlesnake
Canebrake Rattlesnake
GARTER SNAKE
NON-POISONOUS