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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Safari West Supports Save The Snakes

Safari West is a 400 acre, world class conservation breeding facility located in the rolling hills of Northern California. They specialize in maintaining genetic diversity of a range of African ungulate species, from the critically endangered Dama gazelle to the mighty white rhinoceros. Safari West also keeps an insurance population of scimitar-horned oryx, which isContinue reading Safari West Supports Save The Snakes

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

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2017: A Spectacular Year for Save The Snakes

A special message from Save The Snakes Co-Founder and India Program Director Murthy Kantimahanti: 2017 has been an incredibly progressive year for Save The Snakes in India. We launched a massive education campaign to impart awareness about various aspects pertaining to snake conservation that targeted multiple stakeholders from villages and towns in the Northern EasternContinue reading 2017: A Spectacular Year for Save The Snakes

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Meet the Lords of the Forest and Those Working to Save Them from Extinction

The eastern indigo snake (Drymarchon couperi) is a large, black, non-venomous species of snake that lives in the southeastern United States. The indigo snake is endemic to this region, which means it can be found nowhere else in the world. It’s a stunningly beautiful animal, but like many other wildlife species, it is endangered. Fortunately,Continue reading Meet the Lords of the Forest and Those Working to Save Them from Extinction

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Hook-nosed Sea Snake Awareness Campaign in Andhra Pradesh

In early April, the Save The Snakes team visited a coastal village in central Andhra Pradesh where local people have a tendency to kill hook-nosed sea snakes when they become entangled in their fishing nets. As part of our on-going snake conservation campaign, we organized an awareness program in the village to enlighten them onContinue reading Hook-nosed Sea Snake Awareness Campaign in Andhra Pradesh