Wildlife conservation through interactive education
Black Snake Productions is a business dedicated to the conservation and education of Australia’s amazing wildlife, our goal is to educate people all over Australia to the plight of our disappearing wildlife. With species disappearing locally and nationally education is one of the most vital aspects to the long term survival of not only our amazing wildlife but ourselves. We feel by being able to handle, feel and experience these animals it may help the next generation (and this one!) to have more of a connection to them and therefore learn more about what we are losing but more importantly how to save them.
With many years experience with these beautiful creatures and also with the public, Black Snake productions was founded in November 2006. We have a massive range of animals from the crocodile species, all types of birds, huge lizards, carnivorous marsupials, the world’s most venomous snakes, endangered frogs as well as spine chilling spiders and scorpions. The best part is that we come to you all over Victoria and also around Australia, giving you the chance to touch, hold and experience these animals close up with complete safety and in the comfort of your own home or chosen venue. We have full public liability ($20 million) for all events, police checks, working with children checks and full wildlife licensing.
We cover most events being set up to do schools, day care, rural fairs, school fetes, market days, shopping centers, Filming and photo shoots, information days/open days, corporate events, birthday parties, and much more.
Please feel free to contact us if there is any further information you might need.
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"When man continues to destroy nature, he saws the very branch on which he sits since the rational protection of nature is at the same time the protection of mankind"
Michael’s passion for wildlife started as a child. Growing up he expanded his knowledge and dedicated his life to Australia’s amazing animals. Michaels resume is broad and impressive.
Starting with 7 years volunteer work at healesville sanctuary , studying animal technology, touring Australia a massive three times teaching reptile conservation to over 200,000 children, working at Melbourne zoo, becoming a committee member for the VHS (Victorian herpetological society), over 7 years experience with snake removal and now becoming one of the directors of Black snake productions.