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Inspiring a Love for Science and Nature through the Wonder and Excitement of Reptiles


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Reptiles and amphibians face unique conservation challenges when compared to other animals. Profound social and cultural barriers result in high rates of persecution, less public support for conservation, and less priority in regards to research, attention, and funding. Furthermore, herpetofauna continue to decline in number with researchers now estimating that over 40% of the world’s studied amphibians (IUCN, 2018) and ~20% of studied reptiles are threatened with extinction worldwide.


The purpose of the Reptile Youth Alliance is to bring attention to problems such as habitat destruction, pollution, and human-wildlife conflict that complicate the efforts to protect herpetofauna and their habitats. The Reptile Youth Alliance is a national group of passionate young reptile enthusiasts that are provided an opportunity to connect with peers, mentors, learn about herpetofauna, their habitats, and how we can work together to increase conservation support for reptiles and amphibians among the public.




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Edible Entomology Bake Sale

πŸ„ΈπŸ„½πŸ…‚πŸ„΄πŸ„²πŸ…ƒπŸ…‚ are often a staple in many of our reptile’s diets, but did you know eating bugs such as crickets πŸ¦—, are a great food source for humans too? Nearly 2 billion people around the πŸ…†πŸ„ΎπŸ…πŸ„»πŸ„³ already eat insects to supplement their diet, according to the United Nations' Food and Agriculture Organization. The practice is known as entomophagy. Consuming the right critters can help address the pressing issues of food security with the world's population expected to grow to 9.8 billion by 2050, the UN says. Insects can provide nutrition, with high protein, fat and mineral contents.

Join us on Sunday, July 10th at our Eustis location for an interactive Bake Sale to raise money for our summer πŸ…ƒπŸ…πŸ„ΈπŸ„ΏπŸ…‚! In this hand on event, we are tasting different foods that have insects in them, playing games and of course learning about πŸ„³πŸ„ΈπŸ„΅πŸ„΅πŸ„΄πŸ…πŸ„΄πŸ„½πŸ…ƒ types of bugs! 

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Fear Factor

A great way to test your mental strength and challenge yourself. Join us for games, prizes and snacks in this fun night out! 

Special thanks to all of our amazing sponsors and media partners. The Reptile Youth Alliance Research Conference wouldn’t be possible without you!