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Old 03-20-04, 03:03 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Just wanted to know where all the Maritimer herpers are.
Leave a messege if you are a a reptile owner and you live in the Maritimes.

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Old 03-20-04, 04:52 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Northern NB.
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Oromocto, NB. until the fall...
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My moms from St. Johns NB lol
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NS... but I don't own any herps yet. Looking, though, so if anyone has any geckos or lizards available let me know! (no snakes plz)
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Old 03-20-04, 09:36 PM   #6 (permalink)
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If your new to herps and in NS you may want to check out this group, Nova Scotia Herpertoculture Society
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I did actually, but are there meetings or anything? The website doesn't say anything about that.
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Born and raised in Hartland, NB. Just moved to BC though. I found that, unfortunatly, there was very little interest in reptiles that I could find in NB... Don't know about the rest of the maritimes though. I was the only person within like 100 mile radius that I knew of the kept them. It sucked, that's one of the big reasons I moved to BC. Good luck with finding some great people that share the interest! This is deffinitly the place to be asking around!
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There a few new corn owners in Woodstock now thanks to me.
No question with only 750,000 people NB herp groups will always be small.
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Growing up on PEI, I don't think I knew anyone who kept a snake.

My grandfather had a garter pit in the ditch beside his driveway for most of my youth though. They would throw all the rhubarb leaves from his garden in beside the culvert and the snakes would sun themselves on top of the leaves.

There were so many color variations it was crazy. When I was a todder I'd sit in the middle of them and just ogle them. Then they had a construction crew come through and dredge out the creek behind his house and some of the soil was used to fill in the ditch. All my little friends disappeared
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Hey, good idea for a post, not too many people from NB answering though, I'm living in Fredericton N.B,
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There arn't too many of us here (herpers) but i think it's slowly growing. I keep 10 snakes mostly corns ands kings...
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I'm from Truro, Nova Scotia... Was wondering if anyone is interested in buying frozen pinkie rats, their $1.00/ea, I can also ship as far as Moncton N.B. and most of Nova Scotia for $10.00 depending on weight, think that covers it up to 10 lbs.
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Hi Jim,
Its sad but true, not many people in this province, but it is good too hear from anther herper in the province, I have an ok collection of Reptiles that I'm hoping it will be expanded it this summer. I'm always glad too hear of others from NB though because shipping can get costly. I think I've heard your name mentioned before but I've never noticed you on here before, as for snakes I keep boids. I also keep a few other things. I'm hoping too pick up a few things in a couple months, including an adult female boa, I've got a big male and I'm want too try my hand at breeding him but first I need a female if I'm lucky I'll find one in province, shipping a large animal is costly. Do you keep other reptiles or just snakes? Iím nosy always like too know whatís around, Helps me make plans what too get next.
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Well Devon if you're interested in Surinames I know one for sale in Fredericton.
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