Women around the world play an important role in conservation and we at Save The Snakes recognise and support the work that they do. Many of these women are doing incredible work directly or indirectly with snakes and to highlight their work, we have started an exciting project ‘Women and Serpents: Leaders in Snake ConservationContinue reading Women and Serpents: Leaders in Snake Conservation and Research
Kamal Devkota and his team had a wonderful celebration for World Snake Day (16 July 2019) at Kaligandaki Technical School, Kawasoi, Nawalpur district for the first time in Nepal. They held an “Essay Competition” among the students of the school titled “Importance of Snake Conservation to Biodiversity”. The program was organized by Nepal Toxinology AssociationContinue reading World Snake Day Celebration in Nepal
Today, July 16th is World Snake Day and we celebrate an animal that is so often irrationally feared! With the growing efforts of Save The Snakes and other organizations dedicated to snake conservation, more people are understanding their importance and appreciating their value. When thinking about pests in your homes, you immediately think of rats.Continue reading It’s World Snake Day!
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