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Posted by willadodge on April 24, 2003 at 18:50:37:
In Reply to: New York herp societies? posted by asokolik on April 23, 2003 at 13:27:43:
Thank you! That was helpful! Without mentioning where exactly I am it looks like the one in my area is pretty useless. Any ideas on how to liven it up a bit? Specifically, I am interested in seeing some shows in my area instead of always traveling elsewhere to them.
Thanks so much!
:Well, depending on where you live in New York you may have a Herp Society near you. There are a couple of Herp Societies in New York. Below is the list of Societies that I have for New York. If you are in the Western New York area, check out the link below for the Western New York Herpetological Society.
:The other Herp Societies are:
:Southern New England Herp Association (SNEHA)
:16 Roaring Brook Road
:Chappaqua, NY 10514
:New York Herpetological Society
:POB 1245, Grand Central Station
:New York, NY 10163-1245
:I also know that the UHA also has a Syracuse branch as well as an Albany branch.
:New York Turtle & Tortoise Society
:Orange, NY 07051-0878
:Help Line: 212-459-4803
:The Cornell Herpetological Society
:c/o Professor Kraig Adler
:W339 Mudd Hall
:Ithaca, NY 14853
:Staten Island Herpetological Society
:c/o Helen Egan
:24 Hillcrest Ave. Apt. 2A
:Staten Island, New York. 10308
:I hope that this info helps you find something close to you.
:Western New York Herpetological Society