Ep 4: Briana Kammer Interviewadmin
Summary: Briana is the customer and social media interface for the most successful and long running chameleon breeding operation, Kammerflage Kreations. Of all the people in the chameleon world, she is likely the one that has the most experience helping first time chameleon keepers get started. In this episode we talk about the challenges and questions first time chameleon keepers are asking. .
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If you call Kammerflage Kreations with a question Briana is the one mostly likely to be taking your call. Kammerflage is a family run business that has been dedicated to chameleons in general and Panther Chameleons in particular for over 20 years. The refined bloodlines from Kammerflage have launched many of the panther breeders in the industry today. If you are interested in a top quality panther chameleon and great customer service this is it. I have known the Kammers for decades and can personally recommend them. They earn their happy customers.
If you would like to join in Briana’s very active Instagram page click here!
Or check out Facebook!
Interested in joining some of the digital community hang outs that Briana spoke about? The Chameleon Forums can be found at the link below. This is an established chameleon community that anyone can join.
It even has a number of threads dedicated to Kammerflage chameleons!
On Facebook you just type “Chameleon” into the search bar and you’ll have numerous results. There are a large number of Facebook groups regarding chameleons. You have many choices to check out and find one that matches your personality. The one I recommend is the Chameleon Enthusiasts which is a rare blend of beginner guidance with very experienced keepers/breeders and scientists on the moderator team. Both Briana and I frequent the group. It is a great place to start making friends and learn more!
The product talked about at the end from our sponsor are the patent pending Dragon Ledges which are supports that can be added to most of the commercially available cages. They transfer the weight of what you have on the inside to the frame and the screen has no stress. They allow you to mount plants up high and firmly anchor horizontal branches. They are the reason why this picture is possible. See the horizontal bands on the screen panels? Those are the Dragon Ledges holding up that large potted plant, the accent plants, and the branches!
Check out the Dragon Ledges at the following link: