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Welcome to Herpin' Time Radio, A talk show dedicated to reptiles and amphibians both in captivity and in the wild with a strong focus on conservation and education. The shows airs every Monday at 7pm eastern standard time and runs for 60 minutes. Listeners are encouraged to call in to the broadcast at 213-943-3644 Hosts are Justin Guyer & Wildman Hartzel.

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Join HTR as we talk with Brandon Ruhe of the Mid-Atlantic Center of Herpetology and Conservation also known as MACHAC.
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On-Demand Episodes

Join HTR as we talk lizard species with Mr.lizard personally Ron St.Pierre. learn about Anole species tegus and many more.

Join HTR to celebrate the wildmans Birthday with Herp Talk and Rock N Roll Jams.

Join HTR as we talk to our good friends from RARR and find out about the changes with roundups in Texas and Oklahoma. Tune in

Join HTR as we talk with Gregg Madden about keeping reptiles for 30 years and keeping and captive breeding of venomous snakes including Gaboon Vipers , Atheris squamigera and a few more awesome species. Check out his website... more

Join HTR as we welcome back our friend Phillip Laxton of Herper's Guide. We'll talk about Herper's Guide you tube channel and about alot of awesome herp finds.

Join HTR as we talk with Tony Daly-Crews learn about EDR conservation.

Join HTR returning after long long brumation. With special guest John Richards of Loggerhead Acres turtle farm to talk captive care of Alligator Snappers from hatchlings to Adult.

Alexander Griffin Bentley returns to Herpin' Time Radio to talk about a very exciting project that he is involved with that will be using GPS technology to track the movements of timber rattlesnakes. Check out the video describing... more

On this episode of Herpin' Time Radio we continue the awesomeness that we started with the previous episode, The Mesozoic Era Part I The Triassic. Join us as amatuer paleontologist Amber Redfield walks us through the drastic... more
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