This page contains photos of selected baby snakes produced in 2013. These snakes are not for sale.
On June 15th the first ever California Red-sided Garter Snakes were born here. Here's what one of them.
One that same day, a clutch of Russian Rat Snake eggs hatched.
On June 21st I produced my first Dekalb County, Alabama locality Corn Snakes.
Here's what one of those Corn Snakes looked like at two months old.
On July 8th a clutch of Vanishing Pattern Ghost Corns hatched, which included a Snow Corn in the mix.
Here's what a couple of the Vanishing Pattern Ghost Corn Snakes looked like.
And here's a photo of the Vanishing Pattern Snow Corn Snake from that clutch.
On July 8th, the same day the Vanishing Pattern Ghost Corns hatched, a litter of Santa Cruz Garter Snakes was born.
Northern Pine Snakes hatched on July 13th. Here's the clutch.
And here are individual photos of some of the babies.
On July 24th my first ever clutch of Coast Garter Snakes was born here.
The Coast Garter Snakes are the "flame" morph and after a few sheds, started developing red-orange coloration.
Honduran Milk Snakes started hatching here in early September. This "high white" albino was the firstone out of the egg.