I'm in heaven now! It has been a long wait for these guys! At least five years from acquiring the original male, settling him in, breeding him to make hets, raising the hets and breeding them to see these hatch this past week.


This is exciting! Our first Caramel Albino Sumatran Short Tail Python Python curtus that we ever hatched now on eggs! She was bred to the unrelated WC male. This female laid 9 her first clutch! She has always been one of my favorites with her beautiful head color. The disposition of these snakes is awesome and they are just a pleasure to maintain.


05/26/10 Pink Panther Caramel Albino Boa Babies!

I was waiting for these-from one of my favorite females. Her pattern is bold perfection and these babies do not disappoint! These all look great! One slug and 14 babies! I sweated this one big time. But I took my own advice and remained calm. Here is the story:

05/12/10 PART 2

05/12/10 30 DAY EXTENSION Public Comment Reopened

 USARK Public Comment/ 30 Day Extension

05/09/10 RED ALERT: Last Chance Public Comment!

 RED ALERT: Last Chance Public Comment!

***Deadline Tuesday May 11, 2010*** for Public Comment on the US Fish & Wildlife Service proposed rule adding nine constrictor snakes to the Injurious Wildlife list of the Lacey Act. It is imperative that as many people as possible make comment prior to the deadline. Failure to do so could result in wholesale destruction of the Reptile Nation!

05/06/10 Alert Fast & Easy Comment on Rule Change

Alert Fast & Easy Comment on Rule Change

05/05/10 ALERT: USARK Challenge/USFWS Rule Change


ALERT: USARK Challenge/USFWS Rule Change


This is one of my dream snakes. She is just amazing. What makes her so amazing to me? 1) white head 2) dark red color that appears not to have any yellow in it 3) what appears to be a "motley" pattern similar to the "motley" boa or cornsnake. I'm hoping that the absence of yellow is yet another hint-as the motley boa is a rather "axanthic" looking snake. First we have to get good eggs....a girl can dream can't she?!