ACT Herp Group gets a new website

Angus Kennedy (see below) designed and supplied most of the pictures for this lovely website. He has recently created another beautiful website for the ACT Herpetological Association (ACTHA). They now have a wonderful news section that compiles all the herp-related news from the ACT region into one convenient place. Right now the top story is a crazy picture of a large eastern brown snake eating a slightly-less-large red-bellied black snake.

 Angus Kennedy. Thurlga Station, South Australia, 2012. Photo by me, probably.

Angus Kennedy. Thurlga Station, South Australia, 2012. Photo by me, probably.

ACTHA is currently running Snakes Alive, a display of reptiles and amphibians at the Australian National Botanical Gardens. My two pet pythons are there, as are many critters from the ACT, around Australia, and even a few exotics! They also offer the opportunity to touch and hold some of the critters, should you so choose.

If you're a herp nut in the ACT (or around the ACT, they accept Queabeyaners) you should consider joining to meet other reptile enthusiasts around here and listen to interesting talks on local herps, herp keeping, and herp research.