“Open your log book.” “Don’t forget the date!”

How many times have you heard me say the words in the title of this blog post?   I just thought I’d share that I use a science log book too!  

I’m using my log book these days for scientific drawings of the corn snake babies.  I need to make sure I can tell which baby corn snake is which.  It is important that I know who’s who so that I can keep track of each baby’s health.  Who shed? Who ate? Who made waste?  Who didn’t?   I keep the log book by their habitat.  

This drawing is of a little Okeetee that I’m calling “Torch”.

Feel free to help me out! Send me your scientific drawings of the baby corn snakes as you observe my pictures and videos. Do you have any names you’d like to suggest? 

Sherbet has a new home!

Our red albino, Sherbet, has left the Caldwell snake nursery and is all settled in at the Beagle home.  Check out the great habitat Nick set up.  If you zoom in on the photo you’ll make out Sherbet close to Nick going into his/her hide.  Nick will keep us updated on how she settles in.  Who will be the next baby snake to find a new home?