Snake awareness campaigns held in schools in Nepal

Following a successful district workshop on snake awareness, Kamal Devkota and his team in Nepal have conducted various awareness campaigns at schools and colleges. “During the district level workshop, we had informally discussed the selection process of schools/colleges and communities in the district. We have now conducted conservation awareness programs in 30 schools in RupandehiContinue reading Snake awareness campaigns held in schools in Nepal

Species360 are assisting in the protection of reptiles with #Data4Wildlife

Julie Yamamoto of Species360 met with Save The Snakes Co-Founder Murthy Kantimahanti at the ZACC (Zoos & Aquariums Committing Conference) 2018, to chat about the value of data to snake conservation. Snakes play a vital role in our ecosystem and widespread fear of these reptiles has led to indiscriminate killings of snakes and declines inContinue reading Species360 are assisting in the protection of reptiles with #Data4Wildlife

Save The Snakes at the International Snakebite Conference

Join Save The Snakes at the international conference “Snakebite : From Science to Society“, which will be held on June 21st & 22nd, 2018 in the Netherlands. The goal of this conference is to draw attention to a devastating, neglected tropical disease and to ignite international action on snakebite prevention and treatment. The conference willContinue reading Save The Snakes at the International Snakebite Conference

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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 seekingContinue 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 ofContinue reading Save The Snakes Supports Snakebite Mitigation Efforts in Nepal