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Re: Herpetological Associations

Postby MGT » Tue May 03, 2011 9:58 am

Good day to all, would like to know if Limpopo start a Herpetological Associations , based in Mokopane( Potgietersrus) what will the voting be.Yes its a good thing or No it will not work.

The towns that we would like to cover from Musina( Mesina) to Belle Bella ( Warmbath).

I am aware of all the rumors that is doing the rounds.

Also would like to have positive input and help.

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Re: Herpetological Associations

Postby Bushviper » Tue May 03, 2011 11:39 am

I feel there should be at least one association per province. That way the authorities have a body to talk to when they want to make changes in the laws or if they are approached to made changes where required.

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Re: Herpetological Associations

Postby fuscusV2 » Tue May 03, 2011 12:10 pm

Border Herpetological Society (East London)
http://www.eastlondon.co.za/find-a-busi ... bi2Id=4530
I'm not sure who the most recent contact is, Possibly Andrew (as above) or Shaun @ 043-7261865 (office hours)
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Re: Herpetological Associations

Postby MGT » Wed May 04, 2011 8:23 am

Bushviper wrote:I feel there should be at least one association per province. That way the authorities have a body to talk to when they want to make changes in the laws or if they are approached to made changes where required.

Go for it.



Thanks for the response, I could just think of all the paperwork that need to be done. Any constitutions, letters and other info that you used that you could share with me will make my life much easier, i do not what to re-invent the wheel , if it is possible. Please and Thanks.
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Re: Herpetological Associations

Postby Mr S » Thu May 05, 2011 9:31 am

BV I agree

We will take Mpumalanga thanx!
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Re: Herpetological Associations

Postby Bushviper » Thu May 05, 2011 10:19 am

Mr S wrote:BV I agree

We will take Mpumalanga thanx!


No problem. I really hope you can build up a good relationship with the authorities.

We have very little hassle with Gauteng and the conditions to get permits are not unreasonable.
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Re: Herpetological Associations

Postby MGT » Thu May 05, 2011 1:18 pm

Thanks LHA, I nearly used this for Limpopo, maybe Lowveld could take MHA for Mapumalanga. Maybe ? Mr S. please send contact number .
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Re: Herpetological Associations

Postby _THEO_ » Thu Feb 02, 2012 2:46 pm

Are there any herp clubs in Stellenbosch?
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Re: Herpetological Associations

Postby Phalaborwaherp » Tue Feb 28, 2012 2:44 pm

Greetings all, Just to let you know that there is a very active Herp society in Phalaborwa. Surrounded on 4 sides by bush (including KNP) means plenty of reptiles. We have a number of members qualified for rescues of all types and we are very busy (the activity is permitted by our Province.)Look forward to sharing with you all!
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