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We are fast approaching 5 years since the inception of SnakeBuddies. We have come a long way, since having the vision of creating a site to highlight our passion for snakes and other reptiles, while educating others about these amazing … Continue reading
It’s Wallpaper Wednesday! This is a photo that we took while in the field this summer. Feel free to download it, and share a link to this article with all of your own SnakeBuddies. How to download wallpaper: Click on the appropriate wallpaper … Continue reading
In celebration of all of our new fans, we wanted to thank you by giving you this free wallpaper graphic we created. Feel free to download it, and share a link to this article for all of your own SnakeBuddies. … Continue reading
Despite the inherent fear that many people face, when a snake crosses their path, wildlife respecting people will often ask themselves, “How do I know if this snake is dangerous or harmless?” As snake conservationists, we appreciate and respect the people … Continue reading
Slimy, ugly, disgusting, gross, evil, creepy and scary are among the first adjectives used by most, to describe snakes. My experience, is that many people feel that “ugly” creatures do not deserve our attention or conservation efforts. We smash spiders … Continue reading
So you want a pet snake, huh? Well, as much as we love all snakes at Snake Buddies, it is important to remember that there are many variables to consider before buying your scaly critter. Most first time snake shoppers … Continue reading
The air was crisp yet refreshing, as I made my way through the tall grass and wild growing Black-eyed Susans and Daisies on my way to the large pond on our property in the Arkansas Ozarks. With my faithful fishing … Continue reading