Originally Posted by Vic_Herrick_56
Pino, given your location in Canada, it is most surely an Eastern milk snake. Adults will lose the reddish and whitish, and become more earth tones of brown, grey and black, , still handsome but not nearly as contrasting with colors. You are outside known range of corn snake, but not a bad guess, they somewhat resemble the juvenile milk snakes. I am always happy to see wildlife within my garden, and unlike some, (fig beetles, raccoons, rats, ants, etc.), non-venomous snakes are welcome. Anything that eats mice is a friend of mine. I think you are lucky to have them on your property.
This was an unusual but fun post on this forum, I wonder what other snakes folks commonly see in their fig groves? I see Mexican hognose snakes, Sonoran gopher snakes and Sonoran desert king snakes.