A black snake with a yellow or red ring around its neck is the Northern Ringneck Snake. It is found in forests, grassy areas and watery areas such as streams.Know More
The Northern Ringneck snake is a small sized snake, only growing up to two feet long. It can have either a red or yellow colored ring around its neck with a brightly colored belly to match. The head is large and flat.
The Northern Ringneck snake tends to hide under logs, rocks, leaf piles or other matted plants. It is nocturnal, being most active at night. Several may be found hiding togetherLearn more about Snakes
The black snake with a yellow belly is called a "Southern Ring-necked Snake," or just "Ring-necked Snake." These snakes have a black, or dark grey back, with smooth scales and a yellow or bright orange belly. The belly often has a row of black spots.Full Answer >
A black snake with white spots could be either a speckled kingsnake or a juvenile black racer. Neither snake is venomous. Their diets consist of small mammals, insects, birds and other snakes.Full Answer >
A black snake with white stripes could be a California kingsnake, eastern kingsnake, common garter snake or striped racer. None of these snakes are poisonous or dangerous to humans, but they should be left alone if found in the wild.Full Answer >
Ringneck snakes have a dark body with a light yellow-orange ring around its neck. They grow no bigger than 15 inches and are harmless to people.Full Answer >