This is a first for us. We have only seen black snakes and very few of them.
Perhaps the bush hogging we do has something to do with that.
Lee came and asked if I wanted to see the green snake sunning on our driveway. I was busy so I gave him my camera and asked him to take a picture.
Snakes keep down rodents and are good to have around. Especially the non venomous types. These green snakes, also called grass snakes among other names, are considered threatened
in some parts of the country. I hope he stays out of the fields that are cut for hay and stays in the trees where he can eat rodents to his heart's content.