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THE BAY AREA AMPHIBIAN AND REPTILE SOCIETY

The Bay Area Amphibian and Reptile Society is an educational and conservational group of amateur and professional herpetologists who want to share their knowledge, enthusiasm, and friendship with others interested in these fascinating creatures.
If you own reptiles, amphibians, or other cold-blooded animals, and live in in the San Francisco Bay Area, check us out. We have monthly meetings, organize and participate in reptile shows, and send out a monthly newsletter that is packed with reptile tidbits and information. The club has a large library of reptile books, magazines and videos, and members receive discounts at several reptile stores.

At our meetings we feature speakers on subjects such as conservation, care and medical treatment, captive breeding, field studies, as well as many other interesting areas of herpetology. There are also workshops where people can bring their pets, relate their many experiences, and share their knowledge.

In addition, BAARS organizes and participates in a number of live shows, exhibits, and presentations. Our members have a wide variety of herps which can be seen and usually handled at our events.

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