Significance to Humans

Weakly venomous, not considered dangerous to humans

General Description

Slender snake with a large head and large "Cat" like eyes, usually orangy brown in colour in the Sydney region. 

Average Length

1.2 metres with occasional specimens reaching 1.8 metres.

Habitat in Sydney Region

Usually in woodland forrested areas. 

General Habits

Nocturnal (Active by night)

Diet

Birds and their eggs, and small mammals. Some frogs and reptiles.

Local distribution

Common to the northern side of Sydney extending up the northerns beaches

Around the Home

Excellent climber, often found in shrubs and trees round houses, as well as in roofs

 

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