Tags: blackheaded snake, field herping arizona, groundsnake, insect eating, nightsnake, Photography, small, snake eaters, snakes, tantilla hobartsmithi, Yavapai County
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I have found what I think is a blackheaded snake in my house- it is pretty tiny- shorter that a pencil. I have it under a pyrex dish at the moment, under a metal box on a laminate floor.. it is going nowhere at the moment. I have some very old cats and a puppy in the house- ( all in another room) but I am concerned if I let this snake go in the yard, it may end up back in again. Thoughts? I live next to a mountaing preserve and can take it there.. but if it is also an eater of “bad bugs” I would like to release it closer to home..
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