Description: Brown snakes are usually light brown in color, but may be rather gray or reddish brown. The brown snake typically has a pale stripe running down the middle of its back and has a row of small dark spots on its sides. The belly is whitish and often has black spots along its edges. Brown snakes have rough (keeled) scales.
Feeding/Diet: They are frequent inhabitants of flowerbeds and eat slugs, earthworms, and snails.
Habitat/Range: This snake is common in vacant lots and forested areas and may be found under trash, logs, and rocks.
Reproduction: During the summer, brown snakes give live birth to 4–25 young.