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Posted by: a51stcenturyboy at Tue Sep 16 10:13:12 2014  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by a51stcenturyboy ]  
   

I'm hoping this is the right place, if not just steer me in the right direction! Anyways, I live in a little suburb surrounded by protected wetland and woodland, and recent construction has caused a lot of movement in the local wildlife. This has resulted in a lot of needless killing of both venomous and non-venomous snakes people assume are dangerous. It breaks my heart, truly, as I've been a herp lover my entire life. So, I am looking for someone who possesses local venomous and nonvenomous snakes who might be willing to bring some out here for a sort of show and tell to both help build up the understanding of these beautiful creatures and help people to identify them. Most of what I have seen killed have been water snakes but there has been a copperhead among the lot so it's not all paranoia and misunderstanding.

If you all know about any businesses or rehabbers/educators who could do this, don't hesitate to point me their way either. Thanks guy!


   

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