|The Northern Copperhead: Exquisite Camouflage|
|Abnormal pattern Northern Copperhead|
|Northern Water Snake|
The copperhead snake is very often confused with the extremely common northern watersnake usually seen around almost any body of water. Here are a few images showing some of the physical differences. Most importantly, to avoid being bitten by any snake just simply give it a wide berth, do not try to handle or harm the snake and both you and the snake will have a great day sharing the outdoors together!
|Northern Water Snake Eye|
There are several subspecies of copperhead that occur throughout the United States. The southern copperhead readily crossbreeds with the northern subspecies and can also be found on the Coastal Plain regions of Maryland and Virginia.
|Southern Copperhead From North Carolina|