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!
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 voiceContinue reading Save The Snakes update from Nepal: Public Service Announcements, Interviews and Programs
Today is Snakebite Awareness Day and it gives us a unique opportunity to give victims of this global health crisis the attention they deserve! Snakebite envenoming was officially listed by the World Health Organization (WHO) as a category A (highest priority) Neglected Tropical Disease in 2017. Earlier this year, the World Health Assembly, comprised ofContinue reading International Snakebite Awareness Day!
Kamal and his team in Nepal have conducted more snake conservation workshops and awareness programs in these communities. Lakshminagar, Dhakdhai, Rohini Gaupalika Padariya, Bhagwanpur, Lumbini Sanskritik Municipality Sagrahawa, Makrahar, Tilottama Municipality Shankarnagar Banbihar and Research Centre, Tilottama Municipality The communities were selected based on discussions held at the district level workshop earlier this year. TheContinue reading New Snake Information Centers in Nepal
Kamal and his team celebrated World Snake Day for the first time in Rupandehi, Nepal! World Snake Day Celebration at No. 2 Talimgan, Sainamaina Byarek, Rupandehi The first event for World Snake Day in Nepal was celebrated at No. 2 Talimgan, Sainamaina Byarek, Rupandehi. The awareness program was jointly organised at Sainamaina Byarek with NepalContinue reading World Snake Day celebrations for the first time in Nepal
Eastern Ghats Wildlife Society Founder Murthy Kantimahanti and his volunteers celebrated World Snake Day at a school called Sri Prakash Vidyaniketan. They spoke to everyone about conservation methods for various reptiles and measures initiated to prevent the destruction of their natural habitat. They primarily primarily focused on cobras, the Russell’s pit viper, the common kraitContinue reading Eastern Ghats Wildlife Society celebrates World Snake Day
Happy World Snake Day! Celebrated on July 16th, World Snake Day raises awareness for the role of snakes in the environment and it encourages our society to appreciate these truly amazing animals. All next week, Save The Snakes will take action to support our dedicated Conservation Partners in South Asia, who save snakes every day!Continue reading On World Snake Day, Give Thanks for Snake Rescuers
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
Julie Yamamoto of Species360 met with Save The Snakes Conservation Partner & Eastern Ghats Wildlife Society 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 toContinue reading Species360 are assisting in the protection of reptiles with #Data4Wildlife