Just wanted to share some NEWS!!! If all goes well we should have the following BP's this year:
Blue Eyed Lucys
and a couple surprises...
The Portland Reptile Expo is being held this Sunday, August 26 at the Fireside Inn and Suites in Portland, ME. The expo is being put on by the Maine Herpetological Society. We are very excited to be setting up a table on Sunday, and will have lots of new babies to show off. Hope to see you there!
Hey everyone. It has been almost a month since the last time I made a post, so I wanted to get on and do a quick update. Since the last blog post we went down to the New England Reptile Expo in Manchester. We had a great time down there. We sold some snakes, and even got to meet one of our Twitter followers!
We will soon have a new addition in the Collection here at Mainely Morphs! Getting a new snake is always exciting, but I am especially excited for this one. As soon as weather permits shipping I will be receiving a male Champagne! This awesome morph was first produced back in 2005, so it is still relatively rare. There are some awesome combos that we can make with this guy, and I can't wait til next year when he will be breeding size! Thanks Jon's Jungle!
Hey everyone. Hope the new year is going well so far. First, let me introduce myself. My name is Austin. I help Kyle a little bit with taking pictures, and some upkeep on the website. I have a few ball pythons of my own, and last night was feeding day, so I figured, why not do a feeding video? Everyone likes a feeding video, right? The video is of my 2010 female normal ball python. I am hoping that she will be up to weight for next breeding season. I would love to pair her up with my male enchi! So anyways, enough rambling. Enjoy!
This was so funny I just had to share. I think one of my spiders was a bit confused on feeding day. :)
I went down to the Northeast Reptile Expo last weekend (Dec 4, 2011) in Portland. It was a blast! I met lots of really cool people, and even managed to sell a couple of snakes. My adult female red tail boa seemed to attract more attention to my table than anything else. There is just something about a ten foot long snake that leaves people in awe. They are certainly awesome animals. Sorry for the crappy cell phone pics; I will try to get some good pictures of her soon and get them on the collection page.
So you are thinking about getting a pet snake. Before you commit, you need to consider the decision just like you would if you were buying a pet dog or cat.
So, if you are anything like me, you think ball python genetics are very confusing. Is a spider dominant or co-dom? What happens if I breed an albino to a pinstripe? I am going to try to answer some basic questions today.