Eastern Indigo Snake Initiative
Saving North America's iconic snake from extinction.
How we save the Eastern Indigo Science-fueled boots-on-the-ground conservation.
- Orianne Indigo Snake Preserve
Protecting a large, contiguous corridor of Eastern Indigo habitat is the most direct route to their long-term viability.
- Land Management
We use the latest land management and fire science practices to bring critical habitat back to life.
- Orianne Center for Indigo Conservation
Our state-of-the-art captive breeding facility allows us to propagate populations of Indigos for reintroduction to the wild.
- Species Reintroduction
Our experts develop and implement reintroduction plans that give those animals the best chance for survival.
- Gopher Tortoise Conservation
Eastern Indigos need burrows of the threatened gopher tortoise for overwintering. If there's no tortoises, there's no snakes.
- Eastern Diamondback Conservation
The Eastern Diamondback rattlesnake is a food staple of the Eastern Indigo snake, and a majestic animal in its own right.
We get things done.
And we're just getting warmed up. Join us.