Well the most obvious is mice. Pretty much every snake alive east mice. They also eat slugs, fish (if they can get a hold of one), worms, salamanders
The snakes also eat juvenile bullfrogs and Pacific tree frogs. They are also one of the few animals capable of eating the California newt, which is toxic.
Adult garter snakes primarily feed on California red-legged frogs. They can feed on juvenile bullfrogs but they cannot assume fully developed adult ones. Newborn juvenile garter snakes highly depend on pacific tree frogs.
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