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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 Sunday at 5:00PM central standard time and runs for 60 minutes. Listeners are encouraged to call in to the broadcast at 310 982-4202. Hosts are Justin Guyer & Amanda Rose Wanner.

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On this episode of HTR we will be doing a crossover show with Andrew J. Senski who is the host of the Dakota Network talk radio show here on Blog Talk Radio. The Dakota network covers aquarium and fish keeping, as well... more

Eden Bio-Creations is a company that is making textiles that can be used to make things like cell phone cases out of snake sheds....NOT skins! The resulting product looks, feels, and is just as durable as an actual snake skin but the... more

On this episode of HTR we explore the captive care of Agamid lizards of the genus calotes with guest Demitri Penuelas.

Our good friend Justin Michels took part in the eastern indigo snake initiative with the Orianne Society. Justin was in Georgia helping look for and radio track eastern indigo snakes. Tune in to learn all about it. Check out the Orianne... more

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Listen in as we report LIVE from the second Texas Rattlesnake Festival at the Dell Diamond Field in Round Rock Texas! The Texas Rattlesnake Festival is the first and so far, the only no kill, all educational rattlesnake event in the state of... more

On this episode of HTR we welcome Amanda Rose Wanner, concept artist and the new co-host of Herpin' Time Radio. Amanda is gong to tell us about herself and you guys, the listeners, get to know her.

Join HTR for a show on Herper's Guide website. Website developer and herper Phillip Laxton will be talking Field herping and about the website.https://m.facebook.com/HerpersGuide

Jeff Holmes and the Amphibian and Reptile Conservancy (ARC) have been working overtime in the Francis Marion National Forest in South Carolina documenting rare species of reptiles and amphibians. Learn what has been... more
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