So yeah, a day late and a dollar short, but here it is!
(Happy November, by the way)
I have to say, I was pleasantly surprised as to how well organized the Sacramento show was, and how well attended. It was a good weekend, although like most shows, Sunday was slower than Saturday.
There was a large convention hallway, and it was full with large walkways and many tables with many different vendors. There was a predominant presence of Leopard Gecko breeders, with many other multiple species breeders there as well.
I didn't get a large amount of time to take individual photos of animals I saw, but I did take some cool photos of booths (and so did Joel).
Hey look, it's mine!
|Hey look, It's Joel at the Heather's Herps table!|
What was interesting is that there were a lot of people completely ignorant about reptiles that stopped by. A frequent question at the show was "Are your snakes poisonous?"
I of course had to correct them.
"Nothing at this show that is for sale would be venomous. Venomous reptiles are illegal in California.. Venomous is the proper term. Poisonous is something you eat that can harm you, while venomous is something that injects venom into you."
|A Bunch of People in front of my booth|
"...No, Ball Pythons max out at 6 feet long. You must be thinking of a different species, like Burmese Pythons or Reticulated Pythons."
|One of the "Zoo" setups with things to see|
I LOVED THIS LITTLE GIRL.
|What an Angry Little Bird!|
So there you go, my friends.
Have a great day!