Blogs, blogs, blogs
Blogs. Yes, I need to starting blogging. As the Center for Snake Conservation continues to grow, I want and really need to record its milestones here for everyone to read, share,and comment on. Plus – YOU DESERVE TO BE INCLUDED IN OUR SUCCESS! I will strive to write a daily blog (maybe even more than one a day) to inspire us all to promote snake conservation in our lives. With this blog, you will get to know me, the other folks behind the Center for Snake Conservation, what we are doing DAILY for snakes, our dreams, our wishes, and our plans. I certainly will enjoy this journey with you!
Center for Snake Conservation
Is there a question you are just dying to ask about snakes? Send it to firstname.lastname@example.org and maybe I will pick your question to discuss and enjoy.
Here is a quick photo for you to enjoy while I work on new blogs – a very pretty Eastern Mudsnake taken by JD Willson. Mudsnakes are amazing predators that eat giant salamanders called amphiumas. They occur in the southeastern United States.