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Welcome to the

Kentucky Herpetological Society

A non-profit organization dedicated to
Herpetological education and conservation

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About Us

The Kentucky Herpetological Society is a non-profit reptile and amphibian hobbyist group (I.D. 61-1364880) dedicated to:

  • Enhancing the education of members and the general public in Herpetology and Herpetoculture through the facilities of the Society.

  • Promoting conservation and quality care of all wildlife, herpetofauna in particular, whenever and wherever possible.

  • Providing information for the advancement of Herpetology.

  • Achieving a closer cooperation and understanding between amateur and professional herpetologists so that they may work together towards common goals.

Upcoming Events


Herping at Bernheim

11 a.m.


Herping at Pope Lick 

11 a.m.


DIY Reptile Shed Jewelry Workshop

6 p.m.


Plants, Pots, and Paint

6 p.m.


Snake Yoga

6 p.m.

meet the team


Jordan jones


Certified Master Herpetologist

Licensed Wildlife Rehabilitator

Animal Parasitologist

A.S. Biology

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Kari Thomas

Vice President

12 years experience
in the Veterinary field

Avid Reptile Keeper

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Brittany Alford


Certified in Forestry and Wildlife Conservation

9 years experience in Reptile Caretaking

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Ryan Thomas

Sergeant at Arms

Parker's Dad


Devereaux Lemmones


Veterinary Technician

Licensed Wildlife Rehabilitator

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Parker Thomas

Lead Educator

11 years experience in the Herpetological fieldReptile/Amphibian/Entomology Enthusiast

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