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  • Southwestern Herpetologists Society
    in particular as well as all wildlife in general Provide Information To provide information for the closer cooperation between amateur and professional herpetologists that they may work together for the promotion of the science of herpetology Recent Adoptions View All 2 Baby Leopard Geckos 2 Baby Albino Kingsnakes Crossbred Recent News View All California Snake Safety by Rande Gallant at the LA Chapter Meeting 2 3 16 at 7 30 pm Posted on Jan 29 2016 Join us Wednesday February 3 2016 at 7 30pm at the East Valley Animal Shelter to hear Rande Gallant speak about California Snake Safety His presentation promises to be very entertaining and will incorporate the newest research out from the labs Read more Designate Santa Susana Field Laboratory as a National Monument Posted on Jan 28 2016 Click the link below to sign the petition https www change org p president of the united s A National Monument will ensure the protection and conservation for the future This unique designation can be made by the President of the United Read more Rockpointe Community Forum Meeting Poison Free Communities 2 6 16 at 7 pm Posted on Jan 28 2016 SANTA SUSANA MOUNTAIN PARK ASSOCIATION Dedicated to the Preservation of the Santa Susana Mountains and Simi Hills A Non Profit 501 c 4 Incorporated Nov 30 1971 Founded Nov 20 1970 Email email protected Website www ssmpa com Come to a Read more Testimonials I am so happy with my adopted king from you he s lovely Jane Spider Fawke I love my adopted grey rat snake from the SWHS Your re homing program turns sad stories into happy ones Peggy I love the quick and easy process of adopting from SWHS Everyone is friendly Constance M Working with SWHS was an absolute pleasure I

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  • Southwestern Herpetologists Society - About Page
    or several over the years my favorite being Kingsnakes I also house the adoption animals for the society I have been in the Society on and off since 74 I wish to welcome everyone visiting this page to attend one of our meetings to say hello We are always excited to meet likeminded people and are more than willing to help others with their pets Fabiola Galvan Torres Secretary After graduating from UCD and moving to Los Angeles I was looking for a group of people who were as passionate about reptiles education and conservation as I was I was not sure that I would be able to find what I sought in this concrete jungle but in 2013 I was lucky enough to stumble upon the website for SWHS and I have become increasingly involved since then The members of SWHS are as welcoming as they are diverse in their interests outside of the society Herpetologist and Snake Breeder are two great things to summarize me by I have a strong interest in anything reptile related Being an active part in the herpetology community is something I absolutely love Peggy Wu Treasurer non voting The only herps I have are a young rhino iguana named Walter trust me he runs my entire life and a grey rat snake named Otto who goes to Education Outreach events with me I joined the SWHS society late in 2012 In the time I have been a member I have met some wonderful people who love animals take action for conservation and reach out to the community via education events and finding homes for abandoned herps This is a great group of hard working herpers and I ve learned so much from them already Grayson Kent LA BOD Representative Owner of Rock n Roll Reptiles http rocknrollreptiles net Rande Gallant LA BOD Representative I am the Publications Chairman for the SWHS and a Member at Large for the LA Chapter Chris DeGroof SGV BOD Representative My wife and I joined SWHS a few years ago and our zoo of herps has expanded We keep many kinds of snakes lizards frogs and a tortoise but my heart for animals has been stolen by the drymarchon genus of snakes indigos and cribos I am always looking forward to each herp event with the wonderful people of SWHS Peggy Wu SGV BOD Representative See above under Treasurer Committee Chairs John Saint John Adoptions I have always been interested in Herpetology since I was a child My family and I have always had a herp or several over the years my favorite being Kingsnakes I also house the adoption animals for the society I have been in the Society on and off since 74 I wish to welcome everyone visiting this page to attend one of our meetings to say hello We are always excited to meet likeminded people and are more than willing to help others with their pets Robert Twombley Conservation Chairman I am the

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  • Southwestern Herpetologists Society - Adoptions
    all the details about the reptile habitat and any special needs You should take into account the lifespan size of tank and housing requirements very carefully Be realistic if you re able to care for this reptile Don t be afraid to ask a lot of questions Can you provide accurate records How much do they typically eat and how often Have they interacted with and properly tamed Where did they come from Can they be handled or do they have to remain caged Has it shown signs of aggression Make sure you can afford all of the equipment Equipment includes a vivarium water bowl substrate something to climb heat mat Only covering half the vivarium a light Optional thermometer hydrometer and two hides one in the cold side and one in the hot Set up all equipment and make sure everything is working properly Ensure the lid or doors shut properly and lock securely Fit any wires or decor and attach the heat mat Allow at least 3 days for the temperature to regulate Water must be changed regularly as the often defecate in it Remember to keep its environment clean Rescues and Animals Relinquished due to Circumstances This information is for those who find themselves in such circumstances because of life changes or they have found an animal in need of rescuing or relocation in their yard or home Each case would have to be handled in a particular order as to insure the best way to protect the animal and human Animals given up for adoption to the SWHS must go through a quarantine period as to not infect the other animals in our program Animals captured should be released where they are safe from human interference An animal not indigenous shall be quarantined and re homed

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  • Southwestern Herpetologists Society - Membership
    35 00 annually Contributing membership confers all benefits of membership plus gives an extra donation that will allow the Society to have even better publications and to expand its workshops adoptions and other services Contributing membership is 45 00 or more per year There are two ways to become a member Online by completing the application online By mail by downloading and completing the paper application Once you ve printed and signed the application mail it with your dues to SWHS Membership P O Box 7469 Van Nuys California 91409 Monthly Newsletter Free Admission to all Meetings Advertising Space in Newsletter Publish in Society Publications Access to Adoptions Program Show Space at Exhibits Free Tickets for Door Prizes Membership for Household Extra Donation for Expansion Annual Cost Regular 30 per year Family 35 per year Contributing 45 per year Online Application Member Information Name Email Contact Information Address City State Zip Membership Type This charge will recur every year For additional support please contact the Board of Directors Teasurer Regular Membership 30 Annual Family Membership 35 Annual Contributing Membership 45 Annual Frequency Once Recurring Yearly Billing Information Credit Card CVC Exp Month January February March April May June July August

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  • Southwestern Herpetologists Society - News
    Laboratory is where rocketry and space history began as well as home some of the most well preserved pictograph cave paintings in North America National Monument status would also provide additional needed certainty and protections of the sacred sites as well as the birth of modern Posted by peggywu on Jan 28 2016 Read more Rockpointe Community Forum Meeting Poison Free Communities 2 6 16 At 7 Pm SANTA SUSANA MOUNTAIN PARK ASSOCIATION Dedicated to the Preservation of the Santa Susana Mountains and Simi Hills A Non Profit 501 c 4 Incorporated Nov 30 1971 Founded Nov 20 1970 Email email protected Website www ssmpa com Come to a Rockpointe Community ForumAnticoagulant Rat Poisons are getting into the food chain Poisoned rodents are being eaten by pets and wildlife alike Saturday February 6 2016 at 7 00pm Rockpointe Townhomes 22300 Devonshire St Chatsworth in the meeting hall behind the clubhouse parking lot and street parking available Free Everyone welcome This event is presented by the Rockpointe Homeowners Association not by the Santa Susana Mountain Park Association SSMPA may pass on information Posted by peggywu on Jan 28 2016 Read more Use Smileamazon And Help Support The Swhs Buy at Amazon and Help SWHS Great news SWHS is now registered as one of the charitable organizations to whom shoppers can donate when they use SmileAmazon Amazon donates 0 5 of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to the charitable organization of your choice Just shop here https smile amazon com and choose the Southwestern Herpetologists Society as your choice for the donation It s that easy Posted by peggywu on Jan 27 2016 Read more Find Us On Facebook Herpers Join our Facebook page Click here and join us for more news events hikes meetings and fun https www facebook

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  • Southwestern Herpetologists Society - Contact
    if you want to donate Mailing Address P O Box 7469 Van Nuys CA 91409 About Southwestern Herpetologists Society Founded in 1954 in Orange County the Southwestern Herpetologists Society has met continuously in a variety of locations over the years Recent Updates California Snake Safety by Rande Gallant at the LA Chapter Meeting 2 3 16 at 7 30 pm Designate Santa Susana Field Laboratory as a National Monument Rockpointe

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  • Southwestern Herpetologists Society - California Snake Safety by Rande Gallant at the LA Chapter Meeting 2/3/16 at 7:30 pm
    powered by Disqus comments powered by Disqus Recent Updates California Snake Safety by Rande Gallant at the LA Chapter Meeting 2 3 16 at 7 30 pm Designate Santa Susana Field Laboratory as a National Monument Rockpointe Community Forum Meeting Poison Free Communities 2 6 16 at 7 pm Use SmileAmazon and help support the SWHS Find us on Facebook Support Our Organization Every Donation Goes Directly To Our Cause

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  • Southwestern Herpetologists Society - Designate Santa Susana Field Laboratory as a National Monument
    Sacred Site Santa Susana Field Laboratory is where rocketry and space history began as well as home some of the most well preserved pictograph cave paintings in North America National Monument status would also provide additional needed certainty and protections of the sacred sites as well as the birth of modern rocketry and human space travel which began development at Santa Susana Currently the site has been declared excess by NASA and historic structures are scheduled for demolition this year Help us SaveTheTestStands and preserve this important part of human history cleanupSSFL and SSFLNationalMonument will protect for the future and provide regulatory protections to insure cultural sites and historic test stands are protected for future generations Posted by peggywu on Jan 28 2016 Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Disqus comments powered by Disqus Recent Updates California Snake Safety by Rande Gallant at the LA Chapter Meeting 2 3 16 at 7 30 pm Designate Santa Susana Field Laboratory as a National Monument Rockpointe Community Forum Meeting Poison Free Communities 2 6 16 at 7 pm Use SmileAmazon and help support the SWHS Find us on Facebook Support Our Organization Every Donation Goes Directly To Our Cause

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