Do snakes deposit their 'poop' in one spot, (in the wild) or do they let it trail out behind. I'm not keen on watching snakes 'poop' (don't have one either!), I just thought someone may have an observation.
At the Campsite today, I saw a 'pile'. No other animal tracks were around. The 'poop' had traces of white in it. I am assuming that it is urates. The 'pile' was fairly uniform, sort of a spiral cone, about 3/4 inch high, and 1 1/4 wide. Located out in the open, on a semi-sandy, low sloping hill. As I stated before, there was no evidence of any other animal tracks in the area. If someone has some observations on this subject, let me know!
(I don't normally go looking for 'poop', it just happened to be there, right out in the open)
NH has several species of snakes, and some of them can get to a good size. Black Racer, Brown Hognose, Eastern Diamondback,(I doubt it is the rattler, very scarce, and not in southern NH), Brown or Black Watersnake.