Looking for your next scaly friend? ADOPT from Autumns adoption corner
We are a group of dedicated people who believe that animals transcend words. And to improve anothers life you must learn to speak their language.
This non profit organization was inspired by an amazing little girls journey learning to communicate when the interaction with reptiles and other animals created the opportunity for growth.
Find our current adoptable reptiles here.
Meet Anubis he is the biggest male ball python we have seen measuring a whopping 5'9. But this gentle giant loves to interact with people and be held he is definitely a sweet boy.
This beauty is our Honduran milk snake Udder. He was donated to us by someone that just couldn't care for him anymore. After we got to know him we determined that he would do well as an ambassador.
This is our first snake Duke. He is a spider ball python that our daughter picked out and their bond is what started morphs and milestones. He's a very affectionate guy that really enjoys exploring the world when allowed to. ( Read our blog to find out how we found out that we were wrong about his sex for over a year)
This gorgeous boy is Bruno, we don't talk about him ;) He came to us as a donation from our great friends over at Mr. Drew and his animals too. He has an amazing personality and does so well with our program. He's one of our expo guys and he is out there changing the stigma.
This pretty girl is Tari she is a killer bee morph ball python. She is one of the only snakes we have purchased because she was a gift for Brenda because of her beautiful yellow scales but once we realized how good she does in our program she became a part of the ambassadors.
This is Starr our BCI. Starr came to us from Maine. We got to meet her parents that a couple had for 15 years living together and they had never bred, then lo and behold one day the owners open the enclosure to find 25 beautiful little baby boas. So we got to rescue one and we love her. She is growing quickly but adapting well to being in the spotlight.
This handsome guy is Grumpy one of our bearded dragon. He is full of personality and spunk. He loves running around and bath time and trying to get into mischief. He is a fun friend to hangout with.
This boy is our sulcata tortoise Speedy. When we got him he was the fastest tortoise in the pen and the keeper told us a story about him getting stuck under a bucket and since then he just ran everywhere hence his name. He loves his greens and happily takes his food from a hand. He is perfect for our program.
Cheeto is a 10 year old male corn snake with a very chill personality. He came to us from someone that couldn't give him the attention he needed and now he will be admired and loved on by everyone at Morphs along with everyone that comes through our doors. Cheeto has become our expo guy. He does very well in chaotic atmospheres if you have been to an expo you understand, but he does so well. We are very happy to have him in our program.
This handsome guy is Charlie. He is a gopher snake that was donated to us and he has such a good temperament we made him an ambassador. We like taking him on our snake talks to show the different types of snakes there are being that he has rough scales.
This stud is Paco. He's one of our two red foot tortoises and the sweetest guy. He loves people and dances if you give him shell rubs, snack are probably his favorite. We love this calm boy.
This gorgeous girl is Benni. Benni came to us from an amazing rescuer that took care of her for over two years bringing her back to health and now we're lucky enough to have her in our program. She is a sweet big girl that truly enjoys being around people and eating snacks from peoples palm with her sticky tongue. She is going to do so much good, we are very happy to have her with us.
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Threads of trust with your reptile is the key.
Woma pythons are an Australian python. Watch and learn more.
This isn't our normal video, but we wanted to help others out there feed this difficult eater. Sunbeam snake are known for being very hard to get eating in captivity so we decided to show how we got ours to eat and thrive. Warning this is a feeding video.
These are our upcoming events! If you want to see us and our ambassadors this where we'll be
Come see over 150+ vendor tables full of reptiles, amphibians, invertebrates, cages tanks, food, supplies and more!
Double tree in Manchester NH
Come see over 200+ vendor tables full of reptiles, amphibians, invertebrates, cages, tanks, food supplies and more!
Double tree in Manchester NH
We love our homeschoolers and educators, so please feel free reach out to us at anytime with questions or to schedule an educational presentation.
We are looking for a facility to accommodate our program.
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