“Today, a dozen young eastern indigo snakes have been released in northern Florida, marking the fifth year of a 10-year program to return the native, non-venomous apex predator to the region.” Read more about our partners and our continuing collaboration on The Nature Conservancy.
Kiley Briggs was featured on the evening news! Check out Wildlife Watch: Protecting the Mysterious Wood Turtle on WCAX.
Bid for Conservation and Toast to Tortoises Dear Friends,We would like to invite you to participate in two online auctions we are hosting this year for our annual fundraisers to support our on-the-ground conservation work! Our “Bid for Conservation” and “Toast to Tortoises” auctions will be online for bidding from November 30 to December 14, 2020.Orianne’s […]
On June 16th, 2020 we are going to begin a month long celebration of rattlesnakes through our Protect – Educate – Conserve campaign. This campaign will culminate on July 16th, 2020 – World Snake Day! We will provide daily clips from the field with Dr. Chris Jenkins as he monitors Timber Rattlesnake populations in the Southern Appalachians. These clips will be filled with natural history information, will dispel common rattlesnake myths, and will work to show how rattlesnakes are important animals that deserve conservation. You can follow Dr. Jenkins’ posts on our social media or through the hashtags:
#WorldSnakeDay2020 #SnakeTalk or #ChrisJenkins
The Orianne Society’s Indigo Magazine recently featured an article by Chris Slesar about Vermont’s first amphibian underpass and the many years of hard work he and others dedicated to make it happen. Indigo Magazine is a perk issued exclusively to Orianne Society members, but we are making this article available as a preview due to […]