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CONTACT INFO

Standard Mail:
Edmonton Reptile and Amphibian Society
Box 52128
10907 - 82AVE
Edmonton, AB
T6G 1C0

Phone/Rescue Line:
780-429-0934

Via E-MAIL: HERE

The Next ERAS Meeting Is April 15th

April 2014 Meeting Theme - Blood Pythons

The next ERAS meeting on April 15th has a Blood Python theme, and there will be a presentation on this fascinating species of snake by Brock Stoyko. Come on down to Ritchie Communtiy Centre to learn more about Blood Pythons, and meet some of our local herpers who share the same passion that you do for your scaley friends. You are even welcome to bring along a scaley friend for show and tell!

To learn more about the upcoming meeting head on over to the discussion in the forums.

More info about the meetings can be found on the Monthly Meetings page.



Are You Practicing Proper Quarantine Procedures?

It's always exciting to acquire a new animal, and expand a collection, but do you practice proper quarantine procedures before introducing the new acquisition to the rest of your collection?
It is a very necessary, but often overlooked practice.
Maybe this is because of inexperience, or perhaps despite a wealth of years of experience, you've decided to skip quarantine this time because your new addition comes from a trusted source. Unfortunately there are numerous pathogens/parasites that could remain dormant until the right stress conditions allow them to take over a host while the immune system is compromised. This can have devastating and unexpectated consequences to your collection.

To read more about quarantine procedures, and get in on the discussion, head on over to the forums.





Do you know the ERAS Mission Statement?

OBJECTIVE: The Edmonton Reptile and Amphibian Society (ERAS) was founded in 1994. Our objectives are the promotion of the study and conservation of reptiles and amphibians and the facilitation of communication between society members. These goals are to be met through the publication of a society journal, the procuring of lecturers in herpetology, and the provision of opportunities for members to meet and discuss herpetological topics.