I came across this Rough Green Snake crossing the new asphalt road at the Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge in Oklahoma. This is the third snake I have seen crossing this new road this month. I posted a photo of a Rat Snake (Smiling Snake) a couple of days ago and the other one was a Water Moccasin. I think the reason I see so many snakes on this road is because it is easier to see them on the asphalt.
This Rough Green Snake raised up when it saw my pickup and remained that way while I took a few photos. I tried to get lower for a few shots, but it took off into the tall weeds.
Northern Rough Green SnakeNorthern Rough Green Snake at the Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge in Oklahoma