Reptiles - Wildlife


Fairfax County is home to a diverse range of reptiles, a class of animals that includes: Lizards, snakes, and turtles.

Non-venomous snakes:

Venomous Snakes:

NOTE: Unlikely to occur - No credible reports, sightings or specimens from Fairfax County in recent history (mid-20th century to present). Timber rattlesnakes require hibernaculum habitat to survive each winter.  The closest suitable habitat is along Bull Run Mountain in western Prince William County.

 


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