Gartersnake, tree flower pedals, eastern hog nosed snake

On my walking trip in Brainerd Minnesota I noticed a common gartersnake (Thamnophis sirtalis) eating a worm on Mississippi River Trail/Cuyuna state trail near college drive bridge, seen flower pedals from trees on the trail around boom lake part of the buffalo hills trail. I spotted an Eastern Hog nosed snake (Heterodon platirhinos) at the trail around boom lake they are not venomous but should be left alone (back away slowly). because they may bite. Their diet is Primarily toads, other amphibians, and arthropods, It hissed as a woman got close.
The dnr fact sheet says this is a species in greatest conservation need. (Geese are also hissing this time of year when you get close because of their goslings)
I also seen a painter turtle (Chrysemys picta) from the dock.