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The Central Florida Herpetological Society‚Äč (CFHS) is a diverse group of individuals who share a common interest in reptiles and amphibians. Our members come from all walks of life and include hikers, animal breeders, pet owners, professional scientists, artists, photographers, veterinarians, wildlife law officers, children, teachers and students alike. Together, the group serves as a collective voice for the reptile and amphibian community of Central Florida.

For over 30 years, the Central Florida Herpetological Society has been a reliable source for reptile and amphibian information by connecting hobbyists and communicating with the general public. Before the days of the internet, this was a truly vital service to those who kept reptiles and amphibians as pets. Today, the club continues to serve as a voice for education, conservation and the captive propagation of rare species in the pet trade.

The Central Florida Herpetological Society holds free, monthly meetings on the fourth sunday of every other month at the Orlando Public Library, Downtown branch. We also plan fun, group field trips that appeal to reptile and amphibian enthusiasts of every age. The club continues to survive into the 21st century as we collectively work together to advance our hobby by promoting best practices for the care and keeping of reptiles and amphibians as pets.

 

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