Hello wildlife fans, One of our epic receptionists, Lisa, is moving on to a full time position in the construction industry. Well done Lisa- super sad to see you go though. This means we have an opening for a receptionist position at Sydney Snake Catchers.
Please see below for details- if you applied for this position in December 2017 and are still interested- please message me again!
The position is “Work from Home” and 3-4 days a week.
You will be a good fit for this job if: - you have an interest in the conservation of our wildlife. -enjoy educating our customers about Australian reptiles. -are a people person. - enjoy managing a team of people. - have strong organisational skills. - have strong computer skills or office experience. - great phone manners.
We are a passionate team of wildlife handlers and conservationists and want someone who will fit into our team.
If you or someone you know would be great at this job, please send us a message with your contact details or email us at email@example.com
Ok , here is the correction to my advice about feeding your local kookaburras: Mince can stick in the top of a Kookaburra's beak – don't feed mince. If you insist, Offer clean water to drink and to bathe in and clean daily. Offer very small quantities of fresh beef strips with added calcium carbonate and thiamine (vit B1), clean the feeding station daily. Taken from www.woaw.org.au ( world of animal welfare ) ... See MoreSee Less
Hello everyone, Here are some great shots of a snake a customer disturbed in the middle of lunch. Not so lucky for the blue tongue lizard. This should dispel the myth that blue tongue lizards keep snakes away. When it comes to the food chain, big predators eat small predators. If you want to keep snakes away from your yard naturally, feed your local kookaburras and magpies. Mealworms are best for our native birds. ... See MoreSee Less
Hi pool owners, This is a common problem you will all likely face at some time. This green tree snake has mistakenly found its way into this pool looking for frogs. Once the snake is in the pool, it becomes trapped and can’t climb out or it gets caught in your filter basket. Val ( the pools owner) is no stranger to this problem. She has a couple of river rocks on the top step of her pool so wildlife that falls in, can find its way out. Be like Val, protect our wildlife! ... See MoreSee Less