World Snake Day

Be a #SnakeHero. Speak out for snakes on World Snake Day

July 16 is World Snake Day! While snakes are threatened by many of the same issues that affect all wildlife (habitat loss, climate change, and disease), negative attitudes toward snakes may be the biggest barrier to their conservation because it often impedes efforts to address other threats. So do your part by spreading positive messages about snakes.

We went LIVE on World Snake Day 2020 to cover some common questions and concerns about snakes and coexisting with them.

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Meet ASP! Learn more about what we do, why we do it, and some cool facts about snakes along the way.

Check out these posts which highlight snake behaviors even non-snake-lovers can love:

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Rattlesnake fights are rarely lethal, but always beautiful.
Rattlesnakes take care of their kids. Sometimes their friends’ kids too.
Snakes can be social.
A courting pair of rattlesnakes may stay together for weeks.

And of course, if you want to help us advocate for snakes, drop us a tax-deductible donation: