World Wildlife Day (3rd March 2019) Celebration in Nepal

Kamal Devkota and his team celebrated World Wildlife Day 2019 in Kawasoti, Nawalpur district of Nepal, to raise awareness about the benefits that conservation provides to people. The awareness program was organized by Kaligandaki Hospital, Kawasoti and supported by Nepal Toxinology Association (NTA) and Save The Snakes (STS). This year for World Wildlife Day, KamalContinue reading World Wildlife Day (3rd March 2019) Celebration in Nepal

A Story About Snakes & The People Who Risk Their Lives To Save Them

Save The Snakes is proud to announce that our organization and Czech-based film production company Living Zoology Film Studio have partnered together to film and produce the ground-breaking documentary SNAKE RESCUE CALL. SNAKE RESCUE CALL is the incredible true story of wildlife conservationists who work to solve human-snake conflict in their communities while risking theirContinue reading A Story About Snakes & The People Who Risk Their Lives To Save Them

‘Save Snakes Save Nature’ stall at Nawalpur festival, Nepal

Kamal Devkota and his team in Nepal recently exhibited a snake awareness program at a local festival in Nepal. The 5th edition of the Nawalpur Mahotsav Festival was held at Kawasoti-3, Nawalpur in Nepal. This festival was organized by the Nawalpur Chamber of Commerce and Industry from 31 January – 10 February 2019. There were moreContinue reading ‘Save Snakes Save Nature’ stall at Nawalpur festival, Nepal

Research and conservation of reptiles: An interview with Jennifer Moore

Combining research and conservation is a crucial step to saving species. Jennifer Moore, Associate professor at Grand Valley State University is working with her students to conserve countless amazing reptiles. We had a chance to chat to her about her experience with reptiles and more about her current work. What is your current position andContinue reading Research and conservation of reptiles: An interview with Jennifer Moore

PARC Releases 2018 Annual Report

Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation (PARC) is an inclusive partnership dedicated to the conservation of the herpetofauna–reptiles and amphibians–and their habitats. Their membership includes individuals from state and federal agencies, conservation organizations, museums, pet trade industry, nature centers, zoos, energy industry, universities, herpetological organizations, research laboratories, forest industries, and environmental consultants. Save The SnakesContinue reading PARC Releases 2018 Annual Report

Snakes and Snakebite, an interview with Andrew Durso

The need to understand the global snakebite crisis is increasing and researchers are trying to understand the patterns that emerge from snakebite incidences around the world. Andrew Durso is one such researcher trying to investigate the distribution of snakebite and understand how artificial intelligence can help us in identifying snakes more effectively. What is yourContinue reading Snakes and Snakebite, an interview with Andrew Durso

Snake Systematics and more: An interview with Sara Ruane

Currently an Assistant Professor at Rutgers University-Newark, Sara Ruane gives us an insight into her work with snake systematics, the importance of snakes in our ecosystems and her love for these remarkable animals.  What is your current job and what is your research focus? I am an Assistant professor at Rutgers University-Newark, New York as of JanuaryContinue reading Snake Systematics and more: An interview with Sara Ruane