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This is a list of links to all the short videos of snakes that you can find on the individual snake pages.
The list is in alphabetical order using the Latin names.
Some videos include sound, many do not.

These simple videos are intended to show how a snake moves or to show it in its habitat, but some of them show interesting behavior. They are kept short, and often without sound, to conserve bandwidth use. Most of them were shot quickly at the time and place where the snake was found before it crawled away. In many cases this was at night with poor artificial lighting, and in many cases the snakes were uncooperative. Because many herps quickly run away and hide and others only move for a few seconds then remain motionless even when prodded, it is often hard to film herps in motion without capturing and staging them. Consequently, many of these videos use a few short segments to avoid showing only motionless animals.


Click on the camera icon to watch a video. Click on a link to visit a snake's home page.


Arizona elegans eburnata - Desert Glossy Snake A large adult Desert Glossy Snake cruises along the desert ground at night.
Arizona elegans eburnata - Desert Glossy Snake A tiny juvenile glossy snake is discovered under a board in early spring.
Arizona elegans eburnata - Desert Glossy Snake Several views of a Desert Glossy Snake crawling around at night in the San Diego County desert.
Arizona elegans occidentalis - California Glossy Snake A California Glossy Snake crawls on a road at night, crossing paths with a potato bug.
Charina bottae - Northern Rubber Boa It was 55 degrees F.around 8 PM at about 8,000 ft. elevation on a mountain pass in Alpine County when I saw this rubber boa crossing the road. It eventually dropped down a huge tree stump to get away from me and curled up under some tree bark.
Charina bottae - Northern Rubber Boa As you can see in this video, when they feel threatened, Northern Rubber Boas often curl into a ball with their head hidden in the middle and the tail on the outside, elevated like a head, which it resembles. When a predator attacks what it thinks is a head, it will only injure the tail, which is much less life threatening to the snake. Many rubber boas have scars on their tails from such attacks
Charina bottae - Northern Rubber Boa Natalie took Chad and me to a board she found in Marin County that is used by at least 8 rubber boas. When Chad lifts it, we see 7 boas and a Coast Gartersnake.
Chionactis occipitalis annulata - Colorado Desert Shovel-nosed Snake A nocturnal Colorado Desert Shovel-nosed snake crawls across the desert floor.
Chionactis occipitalis occipitalis - Mohave Shovel-nosed Snake Two views of a Mohave Shovel-nosed Snake crawling.
Chionactis occipitalis occipitalis - Mohave Shovel-nosed Snake A Mohave Shovel-nosed Snake strikes repeatedly at the camera holder.
Coluber constrictor mormon - Western Yellow-bellied Racer A large adult racer in bad need of a shed on the crawl in the Sacramento Valley.
Coluber constrictor mormon - Western Yellow-bellied Racer A little blotched juvenile racer strikes and crawls away defensively in the Modoc County Great Basin Desert.
Coluber constrictor mormon - Western Yellow-bellied Racer A juvenile racer found under a rock in late January in Contra Costa County.
Coluber (=Masticophis) flagellum piceus - Red Racer I saw this Red Racer foraging in the desert in San Diego County before it saw me. After turning around in my direction, it became aware of me, raised its head off the ground in a state of alert, wiggled its neck back and forth while holding its head still, then turned around and raced away over the rocks into a bush.
Coluber (=Masticophis) flagellum piceus - Red Racer A juvenile racer ready to shed its skin is found under a board in Riverside County, and races away into the grass.
Coluber (=Masticophis) flagellum ruddocki - San Joaquin Coachwhip This slender and very fast-moving snake races across a dirt road.
Coluber (=Masticophis) lateralis lateralis - California Striped Racer A San Diego County California Striped Racer sits on the ground, then races off into the chaparral.
Contia tenuis - Sharp-tailed Snake Sharp-tailed snakes found under trash in April in Placer County.
Crotalus atrox - Western Diamond-backed Rattlesnake Several views of a Cochise County, Arizona Western Diamond-backed Rattlesnake rattling and taking a defensive pose with its head and tail elevated.
Crotalus atrox - Western Diamond-backed Rattlesnake A Western Diamond-backed Rattlesnake rattles in a defensive pose in Sierra County, New Mexico.
Crotalus cerastes cerastes - Mohave Desert Sidewinder A Mohave Desert Sidewinder in motion on a windy night.
Crotalus cerastes cerastes - Mohave Desert Sidewinder A Mohave Desert Sidewinder sidewinds and crawls across the desert.
Crotalus cerastes cerastes - Mohave Desert Sidewinder A sidewinder crawls slowly then very quickly over the sand with its unique sideways locomotion.
Crotalus cerastes laterorepens - Colorado Desert Sidewinder A Colorado Desert Sidewinder found on a road at night rattles and sidewinds.
Crotalus cerastes laterorepens - Colorado Desert Sidewinder A Colorado Desert Sidwinder sidewinding at night.
Crotalus cerastes laterorepens - Colorado Desert Sidewinder A Colorado Desert sidewinder crawls with its unique sideways locomotion.
Crotalus cerberus - Arizona Black Rattlesnake A rattlesnake found at the edge of a road at night in Graham County, Arizona, crawls back into the grass. It did not rattle at all, so there is no sound here.
Crotalus mitchellii pyrrhus -
Southwestern Speckled Rattlesnake
A coiled Southwestern Speckled Rattlesnake rattles, uncoils, and crawls into a bush. (The sound has been deleted in the middle due to excess background noise.)
Crotalus mitchellii pyrrhus -
Southwestern Speckled Rattlesnake
A speckled rattlesnake crawls across a road and up into a bush in Imperial County.
Crotalus mitchellii pyrrhus -
Southwestern Speckled Rattlesnake
A large adult speckled rattlesnake rattling and crawling away on a windy night.
Crotalus mitchellii pyrrhus -
Southwestern Speckled Rattlesnake
A large adult speckled rattlesnake rattling and crawling away at night.
Crotalus molossus molossus -
Northern Black-tailed Rattlesnake
Views of a Black-tailed Rattlesnake in the Pajarito Mountains of Santa Cruz County, Arizona
Crotalus molossus molossus -
Northern Black-tailed Rattlesnake
A basking Black-tailed Rattlesnake high up in the Pinaleno mountains of Graham County, Arizona.
Crotalus oreganus helleri - Southern Pacific Rattlesnake A Southern Pacific Rattlesnake poses and rattles and crawls away at night in Los Angeles County.
Crotalus oreganus lutosus - Great Basin Rattlesnake A Great Basin Rattlesnake rattles at night in the Nevada desert.
Crotalus oreganus lutosus - Great Basin Rattlesnake A Great Basin Rattlesnake crawls under a bush and rattles in the afternoon in eastern Siskiyou County.
Crotalus oreganus oreganus - Northern Pacific Rattlesnake A Northern Pacific Rattlesnake crossed a mountain road on a windy spring morning in Contra Costa County then coiled defensively at the edge of the road. Concerned with my presence a few yards away, it is seen here sensing the air with its tongue and rattling its tail, then pausing to watch a bicycle speed down the road, then rattling some more.
Crotalus oreganus oreganus - Northern Pacific Rattlesnake A juvenile rattlesnake rattles and crawls off a road in the foothills of Fresno County in early Fall.
Crotalus oreganus oreganus - Northern Pacific Rattlesnake A Northern Pacific Rattlesnake rattles its tail.
Crotalus oreganus oreganus - Northern Pacific Rattlesnake Most rattlesnakes will do exactly what this one did when I encountered it in the late afternoon on a mountain road - turn and crawl quickly away, with a little rattling thrown in as a warning.  Rattlesnakes are often depicted in fiction as aggressors, leaping and striking viciously, often for no reason other than to give the hero an excuse to kill it to prove himself. The truth is that rattlesnakes are almost always defensive, not offensive, when they encounter humans, wanting nothing more than to escape, and the least heroic thing someone can do is to automatically kill them.
Crotalus oreganus oreganus - Northern Pacific Rattlesnake The snake here is seen slowly following a snake hook with curiosity, not aggression. The hook had been used earlier to pick up a breeding pair of snakes, and we decided that this one was probably a male that smelled the scent of the breeding female on the hook.
Crotalus oreganus oreganus - Northern Pacific Rattlesnake This video begins with a squirrel's high-pitched alarm call coming from a large group of shrubs in the Sierra Nevada mountains. When I got closer the squirrel ran away and I saw this rattlesnake climbing down a branch then farther back into the bushes. Later, after the camera batteries died, the snake returned and crawled outside the shrubs while the squirrel called and ran around outside the bushes near the snake, but outside of its striking range.
Crotalus oreganus oreganus - Northern Pacific Rattlesnake A Northern Pacific Rattlesnake in the Sierra Nevada mountains crawls into a crack and shakes its tail.
Crotalus pricei - Western Twin-spotted Rattlesnake A small adult twin-spotted rattlesnake basks on talus high in the Pinaleno mountains of Graham County, Arizona.
Crotalus ruber - Red Diamond Rattlesnake A large old Red Diamond Rattlesnake rattles on top of a boulder in coastal San Diego County.
Crotalus ruber - Red Diamond Rattlesnake A close view of a rattling Red Diamond Rattlesnake's tail.
Crotalus ruber - Red Diamond Rattlesnake A large adult Red Diamond Rattlesnake crawls on the rocks at the edge of a desert wash in San Diego County. Despite the bright lights, it did not appear to notice me and continued its nocturnal wandering.
Crotalus ruber - Red Diamond Rattlesnake A Red Diamond Rattlesnake crawls across the hot sand at mid day in San Diego County, then takes shelter between some rocks.
Crotalus ruber - Red Diamond Rattlesnake A Red Diamond Rattlesnake found on a desert road at night.
Crotalus scutulatus scutulatus - Northern Mohave Rattlesnake Several views of a Northern Mohave Rattlesnake rattling and taking a defensive posture.
Crotalus scutulatus scutulatus - Northern Mohave Rattlesnake A Northern Mohave rattlesnake crawls off a road in Arizona.
Crotalus stephensi - Panamint Rattlesnake A Panamint Rattlesnake found on a road at night in Inyo County, rattles and crawls away.
Diadophis punctatus amabilis - Pacific Ring-necked Snake A Pacific Ring-necked snake is found under a log in the woods and is filmed on an old picnic table before being released to crawl back under its log.
Diadophis punctatus amabilis - Pacific Ring-necked Snake A Pacific Ring-necked Snake is found under a board in a forest clearing and demonstrates how quickly it can move.
Diadophis punctatus similis - San Diego Ring-necked Snake A few brief views of a large San Diego Ring-necked snake and its habitat.
Diadophis punctatus similis - San Diego Ring-necked Snake Another San Diego Ring-necked snake is released back where it was found.
Heterodon kennerlyi - Mexican Hog-nosed Snake A Mexican Hog-nosed Snake is found stretched out on a road. It goes into a defensive coil, smearing its feces on itself and hissing and striking, before crawling away and down a hole.
Heterodon kennerlyi - Mexican Hog-nosed Snake A Mexican Hog-nosed Snake blows and hisses and strikes.
Heterodon kennerlyi - Mexican Hog-nosed Snake Hog-nosed snakes are well-known for their strategy of rolling over and playing dead to dissuade a predator. This one rolls over and plays dead, then uses a combination of playing dead and hissing.
Heterodon kennerlyi - Mexican Hog-nosed Snake A Mexican Hog-nosed Snake is released and crawls away.
Hypsiglena chlorophaea deserticola -
Northern Desert Nightsnake
A nightsnake crawls across an old cement highway into the desert.
Hypsiglena ochrorhyncha nuchalata - California Nightsnake An uncooperative California nightsnake found on a road at night refuses to do anything worth putting on video.
Lampropeltis californiae - California Kingsnake A very large banded kingsnake crawls off a road and up onto a rock face in a Kern County desert canyon at night.
Lampropeltis californiae - California Kingsnake A kingsnake crawls very quickly across the Colorado desert at night in San Diego County.
Lampropeltis californiae - California Kingsnake A striped California Kingsnake crawls across a dirt road.
Lampropeltis californiae - California Kingsnake A distressed California Kingsnake vibrates its tail.
Lampropeltis californiae - California Kingsnake A disgruntled aberrant kingsnake rears up in a partially-coiled defensive posture, strikes repeatedly at the photographer, then leaps off a rock to freedom.
Lampropeltis californiae - California Kingsnake A beautiful adult banded California Kingsnake is crosses a road at night in Alameda County, reminding me that my favorite thing about finding a snake is watching it crawl away.
Lampropeltis pyromelana pyromelana - Arizona Mountain Kingsnake  A little juvenile and its mountain talus habitat in Graham County, Arizona.
Lampropeltis zonata - California Mountain Kingsnake A short look at a juvenile California Mountain Kingsnake found under a rock.
Lichanura orcutti - Northern Three-lined Boa A Borrego boa crawls around on a spring nignt.
Lichanura orcutti - Northern Three-lined Boa A desert phase Rosy Boa crawls at night on a mountain road in Imperial County.
Lichanura orcutti - Northern Three-lined Boa A rosy boa discovered at night on a sand bar in the middle of a creek prepares to swim back to the shore.
Nerodia sipedon - Northern Watersnake A large adult Northern Watersnake in Placer County crawls into the water.
Nerodia sipedon - Northern Watersnake A large adult Northern Watersnake in Placer County in the water.
Pantherophis alleghaniensis - Eastern Ratsnake A yellow ratsnake in the Florida Everglades.
Pantherophis spiloides - Gray Ratsnake A Gray Ratsnake in a Florida forest.
Phyllorhynchus decurtatus - Spotted Leaf-nosed Snake A leaf-nosed snake craws across the desert floor.
Phyllorhynchus decurtatus - Spotted Leaf-nosed Snake As shown here, this snake is typically found on a paved desert road at night. Using a serpentine motion, it is capable of moving quickly over the asphalt.
Pituophis catenifer affinis - Sonoran Gopher Snake A huge Sonoran Gopher Snake puts on an impressive defensive display of hissing and blowing.
Pituophis catenifer affinis - Sonoran Gopher Snake A Sonoran GopherSnake crawls around in Imperial County.
Pituophis catenifer affinis - Sonoran Gopher Snake Gopher snakes in the wild often take a defensive stance when threatened; they hiss, rear up, and sometimes even strike at the threat in order to protect themselves from harm. In this video, a newly-hatched juvenile Sonoran Gopher Snake trying to cross a road at night is threatened by the bright light and the video camera stuck in its face so it hisses loudly and strikes at the camera before crawling away.
Pituophis catenifer affinis - Sonoran Gopher Snake A Sonoran Gopher Snake races across a road just after sunset.
Pituophis catenifer annectens -
San Diego Gopher Snake
A San Diego Gopher Snake is discovered on a dirt road in the morning. It becomes defensive when I follow it, hissing and striking out to warn me to back off.
Pituophis catenifer annectens -
San Diego Gopher Snake
A San Diego Gopher Snake flicks its tongue and crawls across a dirt road.
Pituophis catenifer catenifer - Pacific Gopher Snake A Pacific , not happy to be picked up off the road by a crazy human, curls up in a defensive stance, investigates the camera, then crawls away. This movie contains no sound.
Pituophis catenifer catenifer - Pacific Gopher Snake A Pacific Gopher snake shows its defensive arsenal, which includes coiling, puffing up, and elevating the body, flattening the head into a triangular shape, hissing loudly, shaking the tail, and striking repeatedly. When its tormentor (and photographer) backs off, the snake crawls away, keeping its head and neck defensively arched, ready to quickly coil and strike if needed.
Pituophis catenifer catenifer - Pacific Gopher Snake A distressed Pacific Gopher Snake shakes its tail rapidly, which makes a buzzing sound as the tail touches the ground. This behavior might be a mimic of a rattlesnake's rattlng, or it could be a similar behavior that helps to warn off an animal that could be a threat to the gopher snake.
Pituophis catenifer catenifer - Pacific Gopher Snake A juvenile gopher snake is found under a log in early spring in Conta Costa County.
Pituophis catenifer catenifer - Pacific Gopher Snake A big gopher snake is discovered under a small rock on a sunny late winter afternoon in Kern Canyon.
Pituophis catenifer deserticola - Great Basin Gopher Snake A large gopher snake crawls off a road in a Mojave desert canyon.
Pituophis catenifer deserticola - Great Basin Gopher Snake Here's a little taste of roadcruising - driving, driving, driving, then finally a snake is spotted on the road. This one is an intergrade gopher snake from  the sagebrush desert of eastern Siskiyou County.
Pituophis catenifer deserticola - Great Basin Gopher Snake A Great Basin Gopher Snake crawls across a road and into the grass in the Owens Valley.
Pituophis catenifer deserticola - Great Basin Gopher Snake A Great Basin Gopher Snake crawls across a dirt road in Okanagan County, Washington.
Pituophis catenifer sayi - Bullsnake A large bullsnake in Kansas is found on a dirt road. On approach it coils back defensively then strikes before slowly crawling away into a grassy field.
Pituophis catenifer sayi - Bullsnake A large bullsnake rears back in a defensive striking posture, then strikes with a loud hiss, and continues to make a rattling hissing sound. This is a short excerpt from the video above.
Ramphotyphlops braminus - Brahminy Blind Snake A Brahminy Blind Snake found in Florida is released, and crawls away rapidly with serpentine motion.
Rena humilis cahuilae - Desert Threadsnake A large nocturnal Desert Threadsnake wriggles rapidly across rocky desert ground until it finds a hiding place.
Rena humilis humilis - Southwestern Threadsnake A Southwestern Threadsnake discovered on a cool spring morning races across it's coastal San Diego County habitat with amazing speed.
Rhinocheilus lecontei - Long-nosed Snake This video shows a Long-nosed Snake using a disgusting but effective defensive behavior - it coils up with jerky movements then smears itself with red fluid from its cloaca. After that I certainly did not want to touch the snake again.
Rhinocheilus lecontei - Long-nosed Snake A Long-nosed snake crawls across a road in San Diego County.
Rhinocheilus lecontei - Long-nosed Snake The snake moves away quickly into the brush. You can sort of see how the banded pattern merges into a blur as the snakes moves away.
Rhinocheilus lecontei - Long-nosed Snake A black and white Long-nosed snake crawls at night in the Arizona desert.
Salvadora hexalepis hexalepis - Desert Patch-nosed Snake A cold and sluggish Desert Patch-nosed Snake is gently prodded with a stick to encourage it to move for the camera, but the snake retaliates by racing away in a blur in typical patch-nosed snake fashion.
Salvadora hexalepis mojavensis - Mohave Patch-nosed Snake A Mohave Patch-nosed snake in Inyo County.
Salvadora hexalepis virgultea - Coast Patch-nosed Snake A Coast Patch-nosed snake races across a dirt road into the brush.
Salvadora hexalepis - Patch-nosed Snake (Intergrade) An intergrade patch-nosed snake on a dirt road in the morning makes a few attempts to get away from me, then after waiting patiently for the right moment, finally dashes across the road to freedom.
Sonora semiannulata - Variable Ground Snake A tiny juvenile Variable Ground Snake is found under a rock in Imperial County
Tantilla gracilis - Flat-headed Snake A quick look at a slow then fast moving flat-headed snake in Texas.
Tantilla hobartsmithi - Smith's Black-headed Snake A tiny Smith's Black-headed Snake crawls across a paved road at night.
Tantilla nigriceps - Plains Black-headed Snake A tiny Plains Black-headed Snake moves in typical serpentine motion across desert blacktop on a summer night in New Mexico.
Tantilla planiceps - Western Black-headed Snake A Western Black-headed Snake discovered at night crawling in a sandy wash in Imperial County.
Tantilla planiceps - Western Black-headed Snake A tiny Western Black-headed Snake crawls around in San Diego County.
Thamnophis atratus atratus - Santa Cruz Gartersnake A feisty little Santa Cruz Gartersnake in the Santa Cruz Mountains.
Thamnophis atratus hydrophilus - Oregon Gartersnake An Oregon Gartersnake basks on a rock in a  river in Mendocino County, then swims away.
Thamnophis atratus zaxanthus - Diablo Range Gartersnake Diablo Range Gartersnakes in and around a small cattle pond in Contra Costa County.
Thamnophis atratus zaxanthus - Diablo Range Gartersnake Diablo Range Gartersnakes swimming in another cattle pond in Contra Costa County.
Thamnophis atratus zaxanthus - Diablo Range Gartersnake Many snakes squirt and smear a foul-smelling fluid consisting of feces, uric acid, and anal gland musk from their cloaca to deter a predator or a grabby photographer. In this short video, after it is picked up, a big adult Diablo Range Gartersnake  demonstrates how it smears its nasty-smelling stuff all over me. You are fortunate that they haven't invented online video with smells yet.
Thamnophis couchii - Sierra Gartersnake A Sierra Gartersnake crawls and swims in a Tuolumne County lake.
Thamnophis cyrtopsis cyrtopsis - Western Black-necked Gartersnake A Western Black-necked Gartersnake is discovered in the middle of swallowing a Chiricahua Leopard Frog, back legs first, at the edge of a slow creek in the Pajarito Mountains of Arizona. The snake swims across the creek to finish eating, then swims into some roots to hide.
Thamnophis cyrtopsis cyrtopsis - Western Black-necked Gartersnake A juvenile Black-necked Gartersnake in the Pajarito Mountains of Arizona climbs down a large rock and dives into a the pool of a drying creek where many small fish present a dining opportunity.
Thamnophis cyrtopsis cyrtopsis - Western Black-necked Gartersnake A brief look at a snake resting in a cattle-trampled Arizona pond (which was full of Chiricahua Leopard Frogs.)
Thamnophis elegans elegans - Mountain Gartersnake A Mountain Gartersnake crawls around a pond in Placer County.
Thamnophis elegans elegans - Mountain Gartersnake A small Mountain Gartersnake next to a high mountain pond in Alpine County.
Thamnophis elegans elegans - Mountain Gartersnake A Mountain Gartersnake at a creek in the Plumas County mountains.
Thamnophis elegans terrestris - Coast Gartersnake A couple of snakes from the coast of Marin County, doing what snakes
do - trying to get away from those annoying humans.
Thamnophis elegans vagrans - Wandering Gartersnake Wandering Gartersnakes found beside a creek in the mountains of Arizona.
Thamnophis hammondii - Two-striped Gartersnake A Two-striped Gartersnake filmed in San Diego County.
Thamnophis ordinoides - Northwestern Gartersnake A Northwestern Gartersnake on the move.
Thamnophis rufipunctatus - Narrow-headed Gartersnake A Narrow-headed Gartersnake basks on the rocks above a creek in Arizona.
Thamnophis sirtalis concinnus - Red-spotted Gartersnake These are all shots of the same Red-spotted Gartersnake I spotted at the edge of a pond. It swam away when I approached it, but I snuck up on it and grabbed it, took a few shots of it on the ground, then let it swim away.
Thamnophis sirtalis fitchi - Valley Gartersnake A Valley Gartersnake is discovered resting in the sun near the edge of a mountain pond which is still half-surrounded by snow. When I get too close, the snake races off, showing the speed with which this gartersnake can crawl and swim to safety.
Thamnophis sirtalis fitchi - Valley Gartersnake Valley Gartersnakes race over land and in water at a high-elevation pond in Siskiyou County.
Thamnophis sirtalis fitchi - Valley Gartersnake A Valley Gartersnake at a creek in the Plumas County mountains.
Thamnophis sirtalis infernalis - Red-sided Gartersnake A red-sided gartersnake swims around in a small pond on a sunny spring afternoon in Alameda County.
Thamnophis sirtalis infernalis - Red-sided Gartersnake A huge feisty Red-sided Gartersnake from Santa Barbara County strikes out a few times at its captor. © Vince Semonsen
Thamnophis sirtalis pickeringii - Puget Sound Gartersnake A large dark Puget Sound Gartersnake in Pierce County Washington.
Thamnophis sirtalis pickeringii - Puget Sound Gartersnake Looks at several Puget Sound Gartersnakes in Pierce County Washington.
Trimorphodon lyrophanes - California Lyresnake A lyre snake coils up defensively and strikes.
Trimorphodon lyrophanes - California Lyresnake A lyre snake shows off its rock climbing skills at night in San Diego County.
Trimorphodon lyrophanes - California Lyresnake A lyre snake crawls up a steep rock outcrop at night.
Trimorphodon lyrophanes - California Lyresnake I put the video camera on the dashboard one night while road cruising a rocky pass in San Diego County and eventually a lyre snake showed up on the road. It might look like I stopped in the middle of the road, but actually I drove ahead and parked safely before running back to film the snake from closer up.

















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