In this podcast interview, Save The Snakes Executive Director Michael Starkey speaks about how to live with snakes, why they are important and how you can help. Thank you BeProvided Conservation Radio for giving us the opportunity to speak about our work!
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 January … Continue reading Snake Systematics and more: An interview with Sara Ruane
Save The Snakes Executive Director and Co-Founder, Michael Starkey, recently did an interview for the Animal Science Resource Blog at Rutgers, State University of New Jersey. The interview was conducted to shed light on career prospects for current students and highlight the importance of STEM education. Check it out!
Kamal recently made two radio PSA’s about snake awareness and snake conservation in Nepal. Public Service Announcement or Public Service Ads are messages within the public’s interest with the objective of raising awareness and public attitudes towards a social issue. Kamal wrote and directed two different Radio announcements. For the recording, he hired experienced voice … Continue reading Save The Snakes update from Nepal: Public Service Announcements, Interviews and Programs
Save The Snakes is proud to announce the recipients of our 2018 Support Grants to the following individuals: Patrick Kinyatta Malonza – Mwingi, Kenya “Towards the Conservation of Snakes and Reduction of Snake Human Conflict in Mwingi Area in Kenya” Patrick’s project involves running awareness campaigns in Kenya to educate community members about snake conservation … Continue reading The 2018 Save The Snakes Support Grant Recipients
The Eastern Ghats are a discontinuous range of mountains along India’s eastern coast. This vast landscape harbors an assortment of habitats and an incredible diversity of wildlife. The king cobra (Ophiophagus hannah), the world’s longest venomous snake, can be found in the Eastern Ghats. However, snakes have always been an object of fear and superstition … Continue reading The First Rescue and Release of a King Cobra in Vishakhapatnam