10.9.2010 Chicago, IL
G.A.P. will be at the North American Reptile Breeders Conference. Special Gulf update at 1pm
10.16.2010 Long Beach, CA
Join G.A.P. at Kody's Expo of Exotic Reptiles & Pets. Meet
a special Gulf Coast visitor at our booth on both Saturday and Sunday www.KodysExpo.com
Donate now to help save the Gulf.
The Gulf Aide Project is a collaborative effort between EcoVivarium and San Diego Herpetological Society to fill the gross shortfall
in funding support for the reptile and
amphibian rescue, rehabilitation and research efforts in the Gulf Coast.
Hundreds of varieties of reptiles and amphibians inhabit
the Gulf Coast region and many were teetering on the edge - fighting for their very survival before the Oil Disaster. The Deepwater
Horizon Gulf Oil Disaster has dramatically complicated that fight for survival. That affect will have a
negative influence on both the species and the environment in the area for decades to come. The effected species, especially
the critically endangered turtles and frogs, are facing catastrophic losses. The damage is not limited to existing animals,
but extends to future generations due to disruption of the breeding season and loss of nesting and reproductive habitats. Some
species already hovering on the brink of extinction could disappear forever. We need your support.
click on the Donate button and contribute now.
EcoVivarium and San Diego Herpetological Society are independent 501c3 California Corporations
(AP Photo/Charlie Riedel)