Virginia Wildlife Management and Control said it's getting a lot of messages about snakes that are making their way outside.
Of the photos sent, Virginia Wildlife Managementt said three of the snakes were venomous copperheads.
They said you can see the green tip at the end of the tail that only juvenile copperheads have.
"Please be extremely careful if you are out walking, hiking, or working around the yard, as snakes are out in full force now," they wrote in a Facebook post online.
There are more than 30 types of snakes in Virginia, but only three are venomous: northern copperheads, rattlesnakes and eastern cottonmouths (also known as water moccasins).
More on the story HERE from ABC-13 WSET.