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!
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