Not very good at snake identification. Adding to the difficulty is that these snakes were (probably) immature: the first only about 6-7″ long, the second about 12″.
Male Northern Shoveler in fading plumage.
Sarcophagidae is a large family of flies, however the individual species found in North America are near impossible to identify in the field. They feed and propagate on dead flesh, but also enjoy honeydew from flowers.
Just a few photographs from my walk through Alderfer-Oenslager Wildlife Sanctuary located in Sharon Township.