Available for Adoption

If you would like to meet any of our reptiles, please contact us to book an appointment. 


Whistler is around 4 feet in length and can be a bit shy and reluctant, though once out and settled they become calm and very inquisitive. They require [and would make a great addition to] an experienced home. They have been known to strike at the glass and display some viv defensiveness. 

Whistler is one of our smaller Boa's as they are not yet fully grown. They came in 2019 and seemed to be around 3 years old though potentially stunted. Found as a stray, they were brought in to us. 

If you think you can offer Whistler the loving home they deserve, please get in touch. 

*Please note: we do not know the sex of our snakes as we do not probe. 

About Whistler


Common Boa

Scientific name

Boa constrictor




Unknown - Stray

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Proteus Reptile Trust

Catholic Lane (The bottom of)


West Midlands

DY3 3YE.