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Welcome to our site! J&R Reptile Wildlife Rescue/Relocation provides a free reptile removal and relocation service. J&R also provides a snake awareness program for all groups or organizations. This web site is a tool in aiding us to educate the public and for everyone to better understand why Arizonas native wildlife is so important. We would like to thank all of those who have contributed and supported us.
We all have important values and ideas, things we care about and want to share. Sometimes we feel our ideas can even change the world, and we want to let other people know how they can join in and make all our lives better. This site will present our organization's cause or ideas to the world. As communicating isn't always easy, we'll try to include photos and images that convey our message (remember, a well-chosen picture is a great way to get a point across).
We'll also include specific information about our organization and its members, so no one forgets the people behind the pictures. Some of the following pages will have range maps for a particular species. This is to show the wide diversity of ranges these animals cover.
And if you are in a particular area what to look for. There will also be photos of natural habitats. Some species are generalist and some species are specialist. We hope you enjoy our web site and that it was helpful in identifying particular species and informative about reptiles you might encounter in Arizona.
At J&R Reptile Rescue/Relocation our goal is to preserve and protect Arizona's native wildlife through education and a relocation program. To insure future generations the enjoyment and beauty of Arizonas wildlife in a natural environment.
J&R Reptile Rescue/Relocation is licensed by the Arizona Game and Fish Department.
Congratulations to the 2001 World Champion Arizona Diamondbacks!
All photos by Jeff Almond, Dr. Brendan O'Conner, Chris Kelly, Randy Babb, Hans Koenig or credited photographer. No photographs may be copied or used without permission from the photographer.
This web site created by Jeff Almond, J&R Reptile Wildlife Rescue/Relocation 2002. Updated daily.