This gorgeous snake is named Houdini; for a very good reason! and he has been residing at our centre for over a year now.
Houdini is currently around three and a half feet long and is a bit nervous with handling.
This wonderful Corn snake got his name because of his stunning markings. He came to us during the height of the COVID-19 lockdown period after being found wandering stray.
He is a lovely animal who has plenty of growing still to do.
Drax is a juvenile King snake that loves his food. Since his arrival he has had a couple of growth spurts and has since been moved into a bigger enclosure. He is a typical King snake; he musks and can be a little nippy. However he is at the right size to work with.
Hendrix is one of many boas here at the centre. He is currently around five feet in length and has a good weight. During the height of the COVID-19 lockdown he spent some time with one of our volunteers due to his temperament. Since moving back in, Hendrix is a lot better with handling however there is still room for improvement.
Meet Sparky! This handsome fella has been here for quite some time now. He was brought into the centre after being found abandoned in a cardboard box, which was thankfully found by a member of the public.
When he arrived here, Sparky was underweight, however he has since gained and looks a lot better.
Estimated to be at least five years old, this Hog island boa came to us after the previous owner could now longer provide the care needed. Rocky is around five feet in length and can be a little viv defensive whilst in the enclosure. When out the enclosure Rocky is a lot better with being handled.
We are looking with someone who has experience with boas or pythons.
This is Tesla! one of our larger Royal pythons. Here in the photo she was having some exercise when we had the warmer weather. Tesla can be a bit shy and will need gradual handling to adjust to new owners.
This cheeky python is named Lazarus and you often see him exploring his surroundings. Although he can be a little nervous when handled; he is a placid animal and with the right people he will get better over time. We are currently feeding weekly to help him put on a bit more weight.
This stunning animal came to the centre after he was found abandoned at a property. He is a lovely animal with a freat temperament and will make an ideal pet for newcomers and experienced keepers alike. He is currently around three feet long.