Becoming a snake catcher

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  1. Repliz

    Repliz Not so new Member

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    Hi all,

    I'm interesting in pursuing my love of snakes further and furthering my skills to become a snake catcher. There is a big lack of snake catchers in my area and high incidence of snakes being killed with shovels and near bites. I'm just wondering the steps I need to take to do this?

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    what state are you in
     
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    There's probably others down there as well but John Mostyn runs ven courses in NSW...
     
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    Do you need any specific licensing also or just do the course and become qualified?
     
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    I am not being racist, but go to India! You will be a well-trained master.
     
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