The Pacific Northwest Herpetological Society (PNWHS) is Seattle’s premiere club for reptile owners and enthusiasts! We stand to serve the greater Seattle Puget Sound area as well as the larger Pacific Northwest. Our members come from a wide area including Seattle, Yakima, and Portland. We also host a wide range of experience from veterinarians to hobbyists. PNWHS is open to anyone, reptile owner or not, and is dedicated to the education of its members and the public, as well as the conservation, ecology, and captive care and breeding of reptiles and amphibians. The Society also takes an active role in legislative and environmental issues affecting these animals and their habitats. PNWHS is a non-profit organization registered with the State of Washington.
Together with our membership, PNWHS hosts a variety of events during the year, provides educational outreaches, and provides an informative monthly meeting often with a guest speaker addressing issues and concerns relevant to today’s reptile owner. PNWHS is also a dedicated reptile rescue and adoption group with a tremendous success rate for recuperating sick animals and finding great homes for them. We also partner with other groups in the are to aid in animal rescue including, King County Animal Rescue, Seattle Animal Control, Seattle Turtle and Tortoise Club, and many other small rescue groups.
We meet once a month for a board meeting, and a general meeting all of which are open to the general public. We also create a monthly a \newsletter with interesting articles, and information about upcoming events.