The Meeting Place Of Wirral Reptile Keepers
Welcome To The Wirral Herpetolocial Society
Wirral Herpetological Society was founded over 30 years ago as a means for like minded people to gather and discuss their herpetological hobbies. Since then it has become a means of educating people through public shows and educational sessions.
We are regularly at schools, brownies, scouts and other locations throughout Wirral, check our events calendar to see where we are.
Wirral Herpetological Society also rescue many animals throughout the year and have rehomed many animals over the years from Burmese Pythons to blackbirds.We are regularly called upon by the RSPCA and the Police to help rescue animals in need.
All are welcome at our club meetings and most of the shows we do, so come down and see us and the animals.
If you want to become a member of Wirral Herpetological Society then you can pay for an annual adult, junior or family membership at our monthly meetings.
Have you got an animal that needs rehoming or a wild animal that needs rescuing then please feel free to contact us and we’ll do our best. We hope to see you at a meeting or show soon.
Wirral Herpetological Society
- To provide facilities for meetings at which members can openly discuss their interests in reptiles.
- To provide lectures, slides, projects and such other events which will help members to pursue their interest in herpetology.
- To promote a better understanding from the public in general towards reptiles and amphibians by arranging open meetings and fetes to which the public will be invited.
- To encourage the conservation of all aspects of wildlife, particularly towards reptiles and amphibians.