Queensnake Stewardship Guide

Helping Endangered Queensnakes

A Queensnake recovery project was initiated in Huron County in 2011. The harmless and endangered Queensnake is one of the rarest reptile species in the province, and is up to us to help reverse its decline. Collective stewardship improves our watersheds by restoring natural habitats, which are important for healthy ecosystems. A healthy environment is beneficial for long-term human, animal, and plant health, for the community and the economy. By practicing stewardship, you too can protect the Queensnake. There are several stewardship activities included in this guide that could help prevent the loss of this endangered species. Read about Queensnake biology, threats, and what you can do to help in our Queensnake Stewardship Guide.