Have a king hatchling in need of first meal and can't get my hand on small pinkys. Does anyone know where I can get any?
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- March 5th, 2015, 2:26 pm
- Forum: The Forum
- Topic: Looking for someone to host snakes in the Bay Area
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I apologize in advance for the forum purists who will comment that this post should not be in the field herping section. I am putting it here after receiving no replies when posted on Herpetoculture Forum and getting quite desperate: Friends, My job is taking me away from my snake collection for 4 m...
- February 25th, 2015, 2:40 pm
- Forum: Herpetoculture Forum
- Topic: Looking for someone to host snakes in the SF Bay Area
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Friends, My job is taking me away from my snake collection for 4 months. Since I have no one I really trust to care for my snakes I am asking to see if anyone in the San Francisco Bay Area is willing to host a snake (or several) between March 15 and July 15. I will provide a cage and will pay for fo...
Zach and Jared - thanks for the AM hikes. Although apparenatly not as exciting as the PM ones they were fun enough... Let me know when you are hiking in the area again and I hope I will be able to join. Here are some photos from the morning: the Rattlesnake mentioned above: http://farm8.staticflickr...
ANd here are my photos of that amazing day: Lawrence manhandling a giant dicamp http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8116/8651062632_d6641eaa89.jpg DSC_2305 by Dr Noam , on Flickr http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8251/8651062466_759db397bd.jpg DSC_2303 by Dr Noam , on Flickr http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8254...
Hi guys, It was amazing going out with you all for the first time. Lawrence - thanks for arranging All - thanks for the hospitality and education James - thanks for the help with posting photos Here are some late photos of the human kind: The guys drooling over the cutie zonata (it was a beauty): ht...