All about Snakes!!
Come join us as we share as much information as we can over two hours. Full of
hilarious anecdotes from snake catching over the last 10 years!
We will specialise in our local resident snakes: how to identify them, snake deterrents, scale counts, venom, their use in pharmaceuticals, snake avoidance training for you pets and much more. Plus the most up to date first aid, bring your kids have a play with the bandages and learn lifesaving first aid.
And don’t forget a free for all with questions… If I don’t know, I know how to find
out and love a challenge!
As there will be a live snake as part of the demonstration, and we want everyone to have a chance to be involved and at the same time keep everyone safe, numbers will be restricted to 35, including children.
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About The Presenter
Julie is extremely qualified and experienced in most things animal:
Cert 4 Veterinary nursing, Cert 3 Pest management, Certificates in Teaching UQ, Post Grad Zoology
Certificates in animal behaviour, animal communications, dog training, dog behaviour, basic and advanced animal first aid.
PADI Reef surveyor
Team leader for SARA
Volunteer Humpbacks and High-rises, ORRCA, BDLMR, RSPCA, Wild care
Australia, Australia Zoo, Currumbin Wildlife, Coral watch
Reef Check Australia Ambassador and surveyor
Trainer and assessor for RLSS STA SLSA etc.
Holds Damage mitigation permit, rehabilitation permit and reptile license from Dept. Environment Heritage Protection for about 10 years.
Julie is very active in the community, and with unpredictable weather patterns, is unusually very busy with snake catching. So come along, hear her stories and learn how to manage yourself and these reptiles in your backyard.