• Identifying snake species based on skin shedding’s

    April 8, 2020
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    Recently we received a call from a member of our community who had found a snake skin in their spare bedroom. Concerned that they couldn’t find the snake’s whereabouts, we got them to bring in the skin so we could identify it before deciding on the next course of action. The easiest method of identify… Read more »

  • Fighting Snakes

    April 6, 2020
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    One of the most exciting things about night-time spotlighting searches is that you never know what you might come across. I was recently spotlighting for gliders and koalas with a couple of colleagues when one of us spotted these two snakes on the forest floor. They are Small-eyed Snakes (Cryptophis nigrescens), a common species in… Read more »

  • Life is Never Boring – Part One

    March 8, 2018
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     Hi, I’m Meryl.  I live on the outskirts of a country town called Roma in Outback Queensland.  Between my family, the farm, running an ecological consulting business, ecotour business, and community interests, life is never boring.  This is the beginning of my Blog, as I aim to share with you weekly some of the day… Read more »

  • How to Prepare for Snake Season

    September 26, 2017
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    With the school holidays in full swing, now is a good time to spring clean your back yard and prepare for snake season. The spike in temperatures will mean that the reptiles will be more active and looking for food. Not all of our local snakes are dangerous and most of those seen around the… Read more »

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