What does it mean to be a Center for Snake Conservation Member?

Do you want to make a difference for snakes but just aren’t sure how? By joining the Center for Conservation as a member, you will be a part of an amazing group of people dedicated to changing human perceptions about snakes through education, conservation, and science programs across the world. Click on the image below to join today!

When you join the Center for Snake Conservation, you are joining a community of people who care about snakes and much more. You are supporting a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization which relies on donations to make its programs happen.

In addition, there are many ways a member can get involved in what we do and help with our programs. Just this year, we have had members join us in our field efforts in Colorado, New Mexico, and Florida. Members also conducted a snake perception survey at the Claxton Wildlife Festival which used to be a rattlesnake roundup. Our members are an integral part of our Snake Count contributing both time and expertise in helping get folks out to observe snakes. Colorado members also are very involved in our education programs with many becoming presenters themselves (this is local in Colorado right now but we hope to expand this across the US in 2014). Member across the world also help generate the content that you read on our Facebook page by providing photos and stories.

As we grow, so do our membership programs which is leading to success in changing human perceptions about snakes. Together, we can affect change so that snakes, other wildlife, and people can all thrive in our world. Through our memberships, the Center for Snake Conservation will make a difference.

About Center for Snake Conservation

The Center for Snake Conservation is a non-profit organization for the conservation of all snakes and their natural ecosytems. Our mission is to promote the conservation of snakes and their natural ecosystems and implement positive change in human attitudes towards snakes.

Posted on August 22, 2013, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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