This page contains photos of selected baby snakes produced in 2015. My adult snakes are not for sale and the babies on this page have been sold.
My Dekalb County, Alabama Corn Snake laying eggs on April 6, 2015.
On June 8th 2015 the babies started to hatch.
Here's what a group of them looked like after hatching.
Here's one of the babies at 6 months of age.
One of my Russian Rat Snakes and her clutch of eggs on April 16th 2015.
2015 was the first year that I produced Broadbanded Water Snakes. Here's what a few of the babies looked like.
My Butter Motley Corn Snake (bred to a Striped Butter Corn Snake) with her clutch on May 17, 2015.
I had two litters of Santa Cruz Garter Snakes born in July. Here's one of them.
Here's a group photo of some of the babies.
A nice looking individual Santa Cruz Garter Snake.
One of my Reverse Okeetee Corn Snakes with her clutch of eggs on April 17, 2015.
Her eggs started hatching on June 22, 2015.
Here are individual photos of some of the babies.
One of my Baird's Rat Snakes laid a clutch of eggs on May 17, 2015.
Here's what the clutch of baby Baird's Rat Snakes looked like after they hatched.
Individual photo of a of a baby Baird's Rat Snake.
Close-up of a baby Baird's Rat Snake.
On August 6th a litter of orange-striped Coast Garter Snakes was born here.
Coast Garter Snakes tend to have small litters of relatively large babies. Here's what one of the babies looked like.
On June 14, 2015 my hypomelanistic tangerine Honduran Milk Snake (bred to a hypomelanistic tri-color Honduran Milk Snake) had a clutch of eggs.
On August 24, 2015 the eggs started hatching.
The first one out was a ghost Honduran Milk Snake.
Followed by another.
There was only one hypomelanistic Honduran Milk Snake in the clutch.
An individual photo of the lone hypo.
An individual photo of the the ghost Honduran Milk Snakes.