The Rubber boa (Charina bottae) is a snake in the family Boidae that is native to British Columbia, Canada and western US. One of the smaller boa species, adults can be anywhere from 38 to 84 centimetres (1.25 to 2.76 ft) long.
The Most Colorful Snake: California Red Sided Garter Snake
California Red Sided Garter Snake ‒ also called gardener snake ‒ is the common name given to harmless, small to medium-sized snakes belonging to the genus Thamnophis. Endemic to North America, they can be found from the Sub Arctic plains of Canada to Central America.
Smooth Green Snake - Opheodrys is a genus of small to medium-sized non-venomous colubrid snakes commonly referred to as green snakes. In North America the genus consists of two distinct species. As their common names imply, the Rough Green Snake has keeled dorsal scales, whereas the Smooth Green Snake has smooth dorsal scales.