Should be an awesome presentation by Joshua M. Hallas, PhD. Student, Parchman Lab
Ecology, Evolution, and Conservation Biology
University of Nevada, Reno
“Understanding how the antagonistic coevolutionary interaction between garter snakes and newts impacts the genetic structuring of adaptive variation”
6pm at the South Valleys Library, 15650 Wedge Pkwy, Reno, Nevada 89511
All our meetings are open to the public, if you’re interested in reptiles and/or learning more about them, feel free to join us!
To help support the club, bring in speakers and organize events, we are now charging membership fees (membership will be required to join field trips). Fee schedule:
Individual 1 year $20, Individual 2 year $35, Individual 3 year $50, Family (2 adults and children) 1 year $30, Family 2 year $55, Family 3 year $80, Student (at least 6 credits) $12, Lifetime $200
To sign up online, use the following link: https://gbhs.tidyhq.com/
What is the Great Basin Herpetological Society?
We are a nonprofit educational society working to educate the general public about the proper care, maintenance and breeding of reptiles and amphibians who are frequently misunderstood. We promote the conservation of all wildlife and encourage the cooperation between amateur and professional herpetologists in the Northern Nevada area.
What we do
We host monthly meetings with speakers on a variety of reptile and amphibian related topics. We attend public events with our pets to foster acceptance and understanding. We attend birthday parties and hold classroom presentations. We also have field herping expeditions during the warmer months.