This page contains photos of selected baby snakes produced in 2012. These snakes are not for sale.
On April 12th I had my first eggs of the year from this Russian Rat Snake.
Here's one of her offspring, which hatched on June 4th.
I had clutches of Northern Pine Snake eggs from two different females.
Here are some photos of the babies, which hatched on July 13th and August 6th.
2012 was my first year producing Butter Corns, from a Striped Butter bred to this Butter Motley female - she had her clutch on June 6th.
Here's a baby Butter Motley Corn Snake, that hatched on August 9th.
Western Black Kings hatched on August 18th.
In 2012 I produced Vanishing Pattern Corn Snakes, like this one.
Reverse Okeetees are my favorite morph of Corn Snake, these started hatching on August 4th.
I liked this Reverse Okeetee so much that I kept it for myself.
On August 9th I was lucky enough to see the first of three litters on Santa Cruz Garter Snakes being born here.
A clutch of Baird's Rat Snakes hatched on August 27th.
On September 3rd Albino Nelson's Milksnakes began hatching.
This albino Honduran Milk Snake produced eggs when bred to my "high black" anerythristic male.
This "high white" albino was one of the hatchlings from the clutch.
Yellow eggs look like they may not be good, but that's not always the case. Some snakes, like this Honduran, regularly have eggs that are yellow.
Here's one of the offspring from the yellow clutch, my last snake of the year, hatched on September 26th.