Harold van der Ploeg and Ron Krol share photos from their field trip in France
Two of our regular contributors of amazing photos are Harold van der Ploeg and Ron Krol. Here they show photos taken during a field trip in France.
Relocating Adders safely with Venom Defender Gloves
We are pleased to have received this email and awesome photo from Michael Schwartze.
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Craig Pelke shares these photos of an Eastern Twin-Spotted Rattlesnake
More great photos from from a field trip in Mexico shared by Craig Pelke. This time he finds an Eastern Twin Spotted Rattlesnake. He writes...
I love these gloves, and they are perfect for my work with smaller montane rattlesnakes. I have big hands, and these gloves provide great dexterity and a level of gentleness. The snakes rarely feel compelled to even attempt a defensive strike.
An Adder research project which has never been conducted in the Netherlands before!
We are proud to present to you a report of a research project conducted by Johann Prescher and 2 students from Van Hall Larenstein:
Demonstration on how to use the Snake Bagger by Paul L Lloyd & Son
It is with pleasure that we publish a series of photographs which demonstrate the correct use of our Snake Bagger. In the photos below, Paul and his son are working with an African Rock Python.
Craig Pelke finds a Rock Rattlesnake on field trip in Mexico
Thanks to Craig Pelke of San Antonio Zoo for sharing these awesome photos he took during a recent field trip in Mexico.
Snake City – Forest Cobra Capture
It has been fantastic to see how our products have helped snake catching couple and Nat Geo stars Simon and Siouxsie. Their TV show on Nat Geo Wild called Snake City has been a great platform to promote their amazing work in dealing with often dangerous snakes.
Safely handling Grass Snakes with the M1 25” Converted Snake Tong
Josua Hannink from Holland has sent us these photographs of him handling a Ringslang (Grass Snakes, Natrix natrix) with a M1 25” Converted Snake Tong. The photos were taken during one of his field trips when he was out looking for snakes.