Anti Reptile Legislation

Face to Face Strategies - Strategies and topics to bring up over the phone, or in person when meeting with your representatives in Congress, or their staff.

Welcome To Deviant Constrictors

Lucky 13…. After 13 years in the reptile hobby, I’ve decided to call it quits. Everything from my husbandry supplies, feeders, animals, and cages is already sold. It’s not up to me to share who purchased what, what their plans are, etc.; it’s up to them so please don’t ask me. I’ve made some great friends over the years, learned a lot, had a TON of fun, and hopefully gave back a little too. My website will stay up for the time being as there are a LOT of links on various forums, websites, etc, that lead here and I think it’s a good idea for that info to stay available for the future. I wish everyone the very best! - jb

At Deviant Constrictors, there are two primary goals. The first is to locate, obtain, and raise the finest Guyanese Boa Constrictors in the US. Many years and considerable expense have been spent to achieve this goal. The second primary goal is to reproduce and make available the exceptional offspring of those animals.

As a visitor to this site, you should expect to find some of the most beautiful, bold, and eye catching examples of Guyanese BCC anywhere. Each animal is carefully selected for the qualities that make it unique, as well as an excellent representative of it's country of origin, and for many, it's locality. The BCC at Deviant Constrictors are a testament to the variability found in nature.

It is a deeply held belief that each boa cannot reach its full potential until it is completely healthy, secure, and its needs are met. The reward to the keeper is immeasurable, but can be experienced by holding these wonderful boas in hand and feeling the strength they possess, the behaviors they exhibit, and seeing the myriad of colors, contrast, and patterns of each unique boa.

Please explore this website and the associated albums. My hope is that by visiting, you'll gain, or grow your appreciation for the Boa Constrictor Constrictor from Guyana.