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    Herp group in Milwaukee?

    I recently moved back to Milwaukee from SE Kansas and have come to realize that I don't have much of a social life right now. There are a lot of things that I am interested in, but my snake babies seem to be on the top of the list right now.

    I was wondering if there are any herp groups in Milwaukee that meet on a social basis to learn about our beloved animals and to talk about them? A friend of mine back in Kansas started a group, but it kinda emploded. If there is not a group now, is there some on this forum that would like to try and start a social group?
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    Re: Herp group in Milwaukee?

    Check out and become a member of MAHS, the Madison area Herpetological Society. They are a nonprofit dedicated to raising knowledge and education about reptiles and amphibians, and discussion of a Milwaukee area Chapter coming soon are underway. Check out the website at:
    Specialty Serpents

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    Herp group in Milwaukee

    Anyone in the Milwaukee area have the rosstech cable that I could use to turn off a check engine light and check for readiness for emissions?

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