I have been interested in Reptiles and Amphibians as long as I can remember. My first wild caught Herp was a Cnemidophorus sexlineatus viridis, which I caught when I was about 6 years old. My first wild snake caught, was a Lined Snake, Tropidoclonion lineatum, caught when I was about 7 or 8, the first of probably a hundred or so Lined Snakes caught over the course of my childhood. My first frog was a Cricket Frog, Acris crepitans.
My brother, and my friends, and I caught many different species of Reptiles and Amphibians in the years we spent flipping rocks , and wandering the areas around the neighborhood we grew up in.
When I got old enough to get a job, and had a little money, the first reptile I purchased was a Boa Constrictor Imperator. Later, I got interested in Corn Snakes, and then Leopard Geckos. I spent about 10 years breeding reptiles, and then due to time constraints, and lack of space, I decided it was time to stop breeding.
Because I still love herps, when I have time, I look at other people’s reptiles and amphibians (wishing I had the time and space to own them all myself), and window shop, so to speak. Because there were so many great sites out there, I found myself visiting a site, and then wanting to look at it again, and then forgetting the name of the site. I could have bookmarked them all, but it would have been a huge list to look through. I got the idea of starting a blog, and making lists of the sites I found.
This site will change from time to time. If you know of a site that should be added, or have any comments or suggestions about this site, contact me at Reptilesamr@aol.com