COR Herp is a group dedicated to sharing information about the hobby of keeping and sometimes breeding reptiles, inverts and amphibians. If you are an old pro or new to the hobby you are welcome to join us. Not sure you want to come to a meeting in person? That’s fine, you are more than welcome to just be a member here on the forum or on our Facebook group page.
Our group will generally hold meetings in Bend and Redmond OR but we do plan on taking trips out to other areas for reptile expos and hikes. The meet up is set up for locals but the forum is open to all. We ask that whether at a meeting our just chatting here on the forum that you be respectful of other members. The meetings (unless otherwise noted) are open to all persons 16 and over, anyone younger must accompanied by a parent or guardian.
Joining is simple and free. Just go to the ‘members’ tab at the top of the page and click 'Join Group’ then when you get a chance introduce your self on the forum.
Looking to adopt a rescue or turn in a rescue? For adoptions please take a minute to read the 'Trades' section on or forum. If you don't find what your looking for or are looking to re home a herp with us, please use our 'Contact Us' page and send an e-mail. Please keep in mind that space is VERY limited and sometimes we can not find foster homes for our animals with in the group.
Any other questions or concerns please use the 'contact us' tab and send an e-mail or leave me a message on my members profile (under the member name Sarah). I'll get back to you as soon as I am able.
... but be careful
Crotalus v. oreganus
The Pacific rattlesnake is diurnal in its habits. Bites from this species are common in the Northwestern states. Large enough to cause a fatality. Pacific rattlesnakes can be found from sea level to 11,000 feet.
Average length 3½ feet, maximum length 5 feet.