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West Texas 3rd Annual SnakeDays in Sanderson

SnakeDays 2014

3rd consecutive year, you wont want  to miss this years lectures







Herpathon 2014

West Texas Educational Herping Event


Its Just A story

May 30, 31 & June 1st

SnakeDays 2014 is shaping up to be the best yet, we have a superb lecture schedule

you wont want to miss !!!


In addition to some fabulous, once-in-a-lifetime herping opportunities, participants will be treated to world-class lectures, benefit dinner fundraiser, raffles, a highway clean-up, silent auctions, trade show, photo contest and of course, a fake snake contest! Don’t miss Dr. Harry Greene, who will be being giving his famous lecture  "Half a century after Klauber: What's it like to be a rattlesnake?"



Buy your tickets and pre-order your t-shirts!

We are welcoming new sponsors! If you would like to make a donation to help support a worth while event, please see below.

For those who missed Snake Days 2012, please visit the web site and read all about it right HERE !!!


T-shirt are here, you better hurry they ussually sale fast!


Tickets are more at the door, so buy yours now at last year’s prices!


  Buy your tickets

here



Last years location was great with a larger venue, we will be back there this year.

Click here for info

It’s time to buy your meal and lecture tickets. Demand is high and seating is limited. Don’t be disappointed!

   Buy your tickets


SnakeDays Board Meeting +1, Wayne Howell, Ruth Engeldorf, Blaine Eaton, Jeff Adams, Travis Dimler, Roy Engelldorf, Tim Cole



















Group photo of 2013 attendees, you want to make sure your part of history

Several people have expressed concerns about safety because of Sanderson’s proximity to Mexico. This part of Texas is not affected like other parts of the state are that are located closer to the border. This area is very safe, quiet and peaceful

The first release of the TP&W App is out, You can click on the links to download the app and website for the database. http://www.inaturalist.org/projects/herps-of-texas