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    Re: wild baby albino garter snake care advice

    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff B View Post
    Hey Steve wasn't knocking the retired...more like envious...big time buddy!!!lol
    You are very lucky you were able to retire at a young age and have hobbies.
    You have contributed greatly to the garter community and helped many, many people, something I am sure you did in your prior career as well.
    Never though you were knocking me being retired. I had a blessed career in Law Enforcement which allowed me to retire at 51 years old. My retirement has been a blessing also as I get time with my kids before they head out into their own lives. All-in-all I've lived a wonderful life.
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    Re: wild baby albino garter snake care advice

    https://imgur.com/a/s5Fnr

    Can't link imgs keeps giving me errors from URL and direct upload to forum. The pictures do not capture her appearance in person. She has shed 3 times. I have handled her too and she has gotten used to it already and likes exploring. Gotta keep those slow movements and not move stuff over her head.

    She is a good eater most of the time.

    She's developing orange flecks on her side. She has developed/deepened purples, oranges, pinks, different shades of tan. She coo.

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    Re: wild baby albino garter snake care advice

    She is really pretty!
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    Re: wild baby albino garter snake care advice

    Good looking little scrub.
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    Re: wild baby albino garter snake care advice

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_gMPsnyNanI

    Video of Luna (albino snek) around 6 months after finding her
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    Re: wild baby albino garter snake care advice

    Luna is a great looking T+ albino.
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    Re: wild baby albino garter snake care advice

    Quote Originally Posted by guidofatherof5 View Post
    Luna is a great looking T+ albino.
    Thank you! That video was from today, about 45 minutes ago.

    Also my brother just found this snake outside. I think it's a female Northwestern, very cool.
    https://i.imgur.com/Af4cCOo.jpg

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    Re: wild baby albino garter snake care advice

    Yes, very cool. Northwesterns are the bomb.
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    Re: wild baby albino garter snake care advice

    Quote Originally Posted by guidofatherof5 View Post
    Yes, very cool. Northwesterns are the bomb.
    Yeah they are. So many different colors of Northwestern.

    I went to the wetlands, after posting here, for a while and caught this (my brother spotted it lol): https://imgur.com/a/FDITw
    A Oregon Common Garter Snake (I think). Very pretty and red, maybe around 15 inches or so. I think it also may have been female but I'm unsure.

    * In this same area years ago, I found a massive common garter, well over 3 feet, very fatty. That was awesome.

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    Re: wild baby albino garter snake care advice

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    Testing if I can post pictures again.

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