The Seychelles wolf snake is an active snake that can be found moving through the forest, often on low bushes and trees, during the daylight hours (2). Young Seychelles wolf snakes feed primarily on invertebrates (2) while adults prey on geckos and skinks (1), and may also occasionally feed on small birds (2). It is thought that the Seychelles kestrel (Falco araea), the only day-flying raptor in the central Seychelles (4), may be a natural predator of this slender snake (2).
It is thought that this is an oviparous snake, with females laying two to nine eggs at a time. Evidence suggests that this species may have a very long breeding season, or may breed at any time throughout the year (2).