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The reptile trade attracts folks of all sorts to its hallowed halls; drawing the interested and sometimes unsuspecting in with the jewel-like living curiosities that fire our senses to a point where we just can't resist keeping them as treasured possessions. Most 'herpers' start their collections with some of the more pedestrian offerings available, then gradually gravitate toward the more challenging and/or pricier fare. However, occasionally somebody seemingly out of nowhere pulls the trigger for the privelege to begin the process with some of the most coveted offerings the market has to offer. In this episode, CK interviews Michael Freedman of The Florida Reptile Ranch and asks him how he managed to build such a potent collection of Ball Python morphs in such a seemingly short period of time. If you enjoy BP morph talk, listen in and get ready for some juicy chatter.
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U.S. Association of Reptile Keepers wins in court: Injunction on constrictor ban under Lacey Act;
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Francis the talking mule: the predecessor series to the Mr. Ed show;
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Rising Tide Conservation Initiative is a very important project for the future of the Marine Fish Keeping hobby! Matthew DiMaggio and his collegue Eric will be here live to discuss the initiative as it relates to the marine fish keeping hobby. to produce marine live stock in a lab is a challenge that is an ever increasing possibility however, producing the food to feed this live stock is as important as the fish themselves. Come by, listen and even call in at 1-347-677-1837 and participate!
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On Wednesday March 18th at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst, Maggie Howell returns for another discussion on Wolf conservation and programs. She will be focusing on the Mexican gray wolf, #Loboweek, and the WCC’s participation in the recovery of the rare species. Join us and listen to another great show with Maggie.
Dr Shane Simpson is the co-owner of Karingal Veterinary Hospital located in Frankston, Melbourne. As one of the busiest reptile vets in the country he is probably better known as "The Reptile Doctor". Dr Simpson regularly lectures to fellow veterinarians, veterinary nurses and reptile keepers on assorted topics relating to reptile and amphibian medicine and surgery. In addition he contributes articles and other material to reptile magazines, veterinary journals and websites as well as being an active participant on several online forums and Facebook pages dedicated to reptiles and amphibians. He is a consultant veterinarian for a number of reptile shops and aquariums, wildlife shelters, reptile demonstrator businesses, wildlife parks and large commercial collections.
In this episode we are joined by Terrell Zeigler from Designer Exotics joins us in this episode. Terrell is somewhat new to the morelia scene but he has a nice collection of both carpet pythons and short tailed pythons and he has a great attitude and approach to the reptile hobby.
Terrell has also taken a page from our book and he is running the first Southwest Carpet fest on
Jun 19 at 8:00pm- 1:00am. It's being held at:
18822 Brookhurst St, Fountain Valley, California.
Contact them at http://www.designerexotics.net/contact-us.html for more details.
We will be discussing blood pythons as well as Terrell's thoughts on being a newbie in the carpet python hobby.
On this episode of Herpin' Time Radio we welcome Bob Nestor from Steel City Serpents. Bob specializes in reptile photography and he works with a variety of venomous snakes.
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Bobby and Sherrie Spivey are hosting a Grazing Land Field Day on Tuesday, June 23, 5:30pm at 98 Spivey Road Forest MS 39074. The Spivey received incentive payments through the Natural Resources Conservation Service’s Environmental Quality Incentive Program to install cross fence, fertilization and other practices to enhance their farm operations. Please share this information with others and join the broadcast at 5pm. WCSHC continues to keep consumers informed by take it to the streets with more than 30 years of serving rural America.
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On Wednesday January 14th at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst, we are pleased to be having Maggie Howell, Executive Director, has worked at the Wolf Conservation Center since 2005, starting as the WCC's Managing Director and taking the helm as Executive Director in 2013. She continues to lead the WCC's education and advocacy initiatives and be the main voice of the WCC. In 2014, Maggie became the coordinator for the Northeast Wolf Coalition.
On Saturday June 27th at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst, join hosts Ken McKeighen and Chris Weatherford as they talk about the care and keeping of the milk and king snakes. This beautiful reptiles are very popular in the reptile hobby. Common, or Eastern, king snakes are medium-sized snakes reaching three to six feet (.9 to 1.8 m) in length. Often called 'chain snakes' or 'chain kings' because of the white chain-like markings on their body, this snake is easily recognized. The snake is a shiny black with a criss-cross pattern of white or yellow lines. The stomach is checkered in black and yellow. They have smooth scales and a single anal plate.
Milk snakes can be from 35 to 175 cm long, with the longest snakes being found in Mexico and Central America. In the United States lengths are usually 60 to 130 cm. They are very colorful snakes and their colors vary throughout their range. All milk snakes have a blotchy or striped appearance, with darker blotches separated by lighter stripes. The color of those darker blotches can be very light to very dark, from tan to rust colored to dark brown. The ligher areas can be orange, yellow, or white. The darker areas are always outlined in black. Milk snakes have 19 to 23 rows of smooth scales and a single anal plate.