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canadian herp keepers

Post by barr » Wed, 15 Mar 1995 08:07:11



good day,
If any of the members of this group are from Canada, please drop
me a line so that we can talk.
Thanks
Ciao for now
 
 
 

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Post by Peter Johns » Wed, 15 Mar 1995 22:54:13


 ba> If any of the members of this group are from Canada, please drop
 ba> me a line so that we can talk.
 ba> Thanks
 ba> Ciao for now

     Hi Berry, how do you do?  You asked for a Canadian and you got one.  I can
not tell where you are writing from so when you respond can you please specify.
 I live in Belleville Ontario and for all I know you could be my next door
neighbour.  
     How are you involved with herps?  For myself, I mainly study Ontario
species of herptiles.  In fact, I conduct a frog survey for the local
Conservation A. on a property they are assessing.  As well, I often house local
frogs and snakes for personal research purposes.  In the past I have been known
to purchase a lizard or two.  

     Sorry, but I have to cut the letter short, there seems to be some urgencey
upstairs, maybe my lizard got out.  

I look forward to hearing from you.

Yours truly,

Marc T. J. Johnson  

 
 
 

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Post by Craig Hensh » Sat, 18 Mar 1995 05:07:13


Quote:

> good day,
> If any of the members of this group are from Canada, please drop
> me a line so that we can talk.
> Thanks
> Ciao for now

    Ciao from Ottawa.  
    Daintre and Craig would love to exchange any info, especially on
 iguanas.  We've been reptile owners for many years.  Hope to hear  
 from others.

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Craig Henshaw
Carleton University


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Post by Heather A Boga » Sat, 18 Mar 1995 15:21:21


: > good day,
: > If any of the members of this group are from Canada, please drop
: > me a line so that we can talk.
: > Thanks
: > Ciao for now

:     Ciao from Ottawa.  
:     Daintre and Craig would love to exchange any info, especially on
:  iguanas.  We've been reptile owners for many years.  Hope to hear  
:  from others.

I missed the original post, but I'm a reptile owner formerly from Ottawa
but now down in Guelph... I'm not an iguana owner, but a turtle owner. In
specific, a red-eared slider named Alfred...

Heather and Alfred

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Post by M Lightm » Mon, 20 Mar 1995 15:14:03



Quote:
>  ba> If any of the members of this group are from Canada, please drop
>  ba> me a line so that we can talk.

Just thought I'd say "hello" from Nepean, Ontario, just next door to the
nation's capital. I have 4 red-eared sliders (two of whom are named Brian
and Mila, approprriate names for 2 reptiles. Apologies to you Americans;
Canadian political joke!) I also have an iguana, along with other non
reptiles ie fish, dog, and birds. Be nice to talk to another soul from the
Great White North!

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Very funny Scottie. Now beam down my clothes!

 
 
 

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Post by Dallas Coop » Mon, 20 Mar 1995 17:45:10


hey Barry;
 i'm from vancouver, b.c., myself, if you want to drop me a line, my
address is

started using my partners address untill i find a more reliable service
so my address may change again soon. you can get a hold of me here for
now.
   Socks up
    david ;-)

 
 
 

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Post by Fish » Wed, 22 Mar 1995 02:03:47


    Canadian reptile owners seem to be like chicken teeth, very few and
far between:)  Wonder if this is due to the strict importation practices of
the gov, or because of the lack of reptiles in cold cold Canada.  Anyhow,
at the moment the herps I have are: a banded king snake, one very fat Africa
clawed frog, and a female eastern box turtle.  Would anyone out there like
to possibly breed box turtles?  They seem to be VERY hard to get in Canada,
and perhaps a native captive-bred availability would make it easier:)
Jason

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Post by Pierre Atchis » Wed, 22 Mar 1995 04:50:44


I'm from Ottawa, Canada.

I will be breeding Bearded Dragons this summer, and I am
still trying to breed my New Guinea Blue Tongue Skinks( They're
doing "it", but she isn't pregnant yet!?).

Pierre

PS: anyone out there breed Tiliqua GIGAS?

 
 
 

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Post by AC » Thu, 23 Mar 1995 06:01:23



Quote:


>>  ba> If any of the members of this group are from Canada, please drop
>>  ba> me a line so that we can talk.

canadian eh? greetings from the ever sunny city of vancouver. I have
a couple of igs and a collard as well as a few militant survival
anoles. Yeah thats right its a new breed, yeah thats the ticket
later...........................eh?
 
 
 

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Post by C/A Hagge » Thu, 23 Mar 1995 09:00:57


Quote:
> ba> If any of the members of this group are from Canada, please drop
> ba> me a line so that we can talk.
> ba> Thanks
> ba> Ciao for now
>Yours truly,
>Marc T. J. Johnson  

Hi Marc,

This is from Andrew from Toronto signing on.  I just for the first time
tonight found this newsgroup and am very happy with the 300 or so postings
I've seen so far.

My pet is a red eared slider named Ruperta.  She's five years old and is in
great shape, although I wish when I got her that I also picked up a brother or
sister for her.

Talk again soon!

***************************
C. Haggert

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Post by Jenny E Pear » Fri, 24 Mar 1995 06:58:35


Jason,

Jenny & I have been trying to breed our 1.1 western ornate and 1.1
three-toed box turtles for some time now.  They have been breeding, but
have never laid any eggs.  Anyone have any suggestions??

I have seen box turtles at several stores in southern Ont. but they may
become even more difficult to obtain now that they have been listed on
CITES II.

Jeff


:     Canadian reptile owners seem to be like chicken teeth, very few and
: far between:)  Wonder if this is due to the strict importation practices of
: the gov, or because of the lack of reptiles in cold cold Canada.  Anyhow,
: at the moment the herps I have are: a banded king snake, one very fat Africa
: clawed frog, and a female eastern box turtle.  Would anyone out there like
: to possibly breed box turtles?  They seem to be VERY hard to get in Canada,
: and perhaps a native captive-bred availability would make it easier:)
: Jason

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Post by Fish » Sat, 25 Mar 1995 02:14:38


   Hmm! Another reason for me to move to Toronto (which i've been contemplating
for a while):)
Jason

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