Logjam Supports Save The Snakes


Ready to stomp to save the snakes? If you’re not familiar with Logjam, this UK-based company is famous for their Prolog Stompers. These are compact electro-acoustic foot percussion instruments, which are used by guitarists and other performing musicians. These stompers do not only keep the beat, but they produce sound that has the same power … Continue reading Logjam Supports Save The Snakes

Give Thanks for Snakes on Earth Day


This Earth Day weekend, events will be held around the world to demonstrate support and spur action towards protecting our environment. During this time, it is so important to reflect on how our individual actions can impact global wildlife populations and their ecosystems. Snakes, like all other wildlife species, depend on clean water to drink, … Continue reading Give Thanks for Snakes on Earth Day

Funding Available for Community-Based Snake Conservation Efforts


The application period for the Save The Snakes Support Grants is currently open! The purpose of a Save The Snakes Support Grant is to empower passionate, committed people with an early-stage snake conservation vision. We fund individuals, small organizations and community groups that focus on community-based conservation strategies to protect threatened snake populations and mitigate … Continue reading Funding Available for Community-Based Snake Conservation Efforts

Call for Abstracts – Venomous Herpetology Symposium


Co-hosted by The Rattlesnake Conservancy (form. Eastern Diamondback Conservation Foundation) and Save The Snakes, the first Venomous Herpetology Symposium will be held at Zoo Miami on September 8-9, 2018. We are now accepting abstracts for both presentation and poster abstracts. This year’s theme for the symposium is “Bridging the Gap”. Topics we are currently seeking … Continue reading Call for Abstracts – Venomous Herpetology Symposium

Save The Snakes Supports Snakebite Mitigation Efforts in Nepal


Save The Snakes is proud to announce our support of Kamal Devkota to reduce human-snake conflict in Nepal. Kamal Devkota is a snake expert, conservation biologist and board member at Nepal Toxinology Association. The project is titled “Save Snakes Save Nature: A Conservational Effort through Community Participation in Rupandehi district, Nepal.” Project Summary: Most of … Continue reading Save The Snakes Supports Snakebite Mitigation Efforts in Nepal