Western Cape Permit system

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Re: Western Cape Permit system

Postby nvlooi » Tue Sep 20, 2011 2:17 pm

Dispholidus wrote:nvlooi is this true?



I have tried to make contact with Stuart Gordon several time via email and telephone but have not manage to get hold of him.
If I read the post by andrew correct "they" are meeting sometime to setup a association in order to protect herpotology as a hobby and conservation effort. Thus if I can get through to him and get more info and "we" and "them" have the same thing in mind and then one might as well just meet all together rather than trying two groups of people with the same interest and goals.

That message seems that it was intended to the general public so we all are welcome to contact him and ask for more information on the meeting.

@Andrew - you seem to know alot, please assist me in order to get hold of Stuart... we all are a group of people with a common interest.


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Re: Western Cape Permit system

Postby Feederwarehouse » Tue Sep 20, 2011 8:50 pm

Please dont forget to let the rest of us know the details when you have them. Looking forward to meeting some of you guys
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Re: Western Cape Permit system

Postby nvlooi » Tue Sep 20, 2011 10:53 pm

Feederwarehouse wrote:Please dont forget to let the rest of us know the details when you have them. Looking forward to meeting some of you guys


We'll try to finalize the venue no later than this coming Friday.
Thanks for the interest and support.

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Re: Western Cape Permit system

Postby Feederwarehouse » Wed Sep 21, 2011 1:44 pm

I got a sort of list from Cape Nature about what is legal and what is not if anyone is interested, the guys at Cape Nature are really helpful I must say and efficient. Some of the other government departments should get some pointers.

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Re: Western Cape Permit system

Postby Dispholidus » Wed Sep 21, 2011 2:05 pm

Thanx Feederwarehouse

Could you please send me the list.

I see on your previous list that not all snake species were included. However, it did sort of answer my question wrt the transport permits if the seller is not willing to supply these, although the relevant snake was delivered.
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Re: Western Cape Permit system

Postby Feederwarehouse » Wed Sep 21, 2011 2:28 pm

They unfortunately don't have a complete list that you can work from. I have to come up with the list and they answered that. As for the snakes, I only asked about what I know but if you go to the post and suggest some snakes I would be more than happy to compile another list and try and get the answers then maybe we can compile our own reference list.
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Re: Western Cape Permit system

Postby Feederwarehouse » Tue Oct 04, 2011 12:12 pm

Any news on this yet?
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Re: Western Cape Permit system

Postby Loslappie » Thu Nov 03, 2011 1:35 pm

nvlooi wrote:
Dispholidus wrote:nvlooi is this true?



I have tried to make contact with Stuart Gordon several time via email and telephone but have not manage to get hold of him.
If I read the post by andrew correct "they" are meeting sometime to setup a association in order to protect herpotology as a hobby and conservation effort. @Andrew - you seem to know alot, please assist me in order to get hold of Stuart... we all are a group of people with a common interest.


Henco

Andrew and "who knows who else" = Shaun Macleod..
If it hasnt yet, it will!
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Re: Western Cape Permit system

Postby Loslappie » Mon May 28, 2012 9:46 pm

Ok,so I said the above november last year and get the response from Andrew via PM..
I dont appreciate receiving pms such as these.

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Sent: Mon May 28, 2012 8:41 pm
From: Andrew
To: Loslappie
OK I think it is time you and I met so I can impress on you regards your glaring error. Do you wish me to ask Shaun to accompany me? Where do you live and when can you make yourself available?
If it hasnt yet, it will!
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