Our big discovery was the first snake sighting of the rainy season. Recall it was around July 4th last year as well that the snake sightings started.
The rains bring the insects and the fruits; The insects and the fruits feed the baby birds, little mice and lots of other things the sides. The snakes come next. Some eat mice, some eat frogs, snails, lizards and baby birds and juicy insects. You can normally tell by the shape of their head and teeth how they eat. That is the critical part. Round worm like heads are good as are no teeth.
Today we saw a brown fairly long snake, non-venomous called bejuquilla. It is long and thin and comes in green and brown. Although I have only ever seen the brown version, squiggling along the ground at great speed, it is a vine snake and mostly lives in trees and coffee. Although it won't kill you it does cause muscle wasting if you get bitten. It likes to eat mice and spiders and things in that size range.