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  • NW PARC
    and the Society for Northwestern Vertebrate Biology in Coeur d Alene Idaho February 25 2016 greater meeting is February 22 26 Symposium Theme Conservation Across Borders MORE 9th Annual NW PARC Symposium Held in conjunction with the annual meetings of Washington Chapter of the Wildlife Society Idaho Chapter of the Wildlife Society and the Society for Northwestern Vertebrate Biology in Coeur d Alene Idaho February 25 2016 greater meeting is February 22 26 Symposium Theme Conservation Across Borders MORE 1 Roughskin Newt Betsy Howell 2 Juvenile Western Toad 2012 Chuck Peterson 3 Terrestrial Garter Snake Idaho 2015 Chuck Peterson Creative Commons Northwest Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Northwest Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation NW PARC is the Northwest Regional Chapter of Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation PARC Our region covers eight U S states and three Canadian provinces and territories We are a diverse group of like minded citizens professionals and organizations dedicated to the conservation of the herpetofauna reptiles and amphibians and their habitats Our membership is free of charge and available to individuals interested in amphibian and reptile conservation in the Pacific Northwest Visit our parent organization Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation PARC for

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  • NW PARC Member
    PARC meetings and learn about the issues affecting herp conservation issues in your area Join the cause and sign up to become a member for free Members gain access to a community of persons and organizations interested in amphibian and reptile conservation across the Northwest Members receive a quarterly newsletter that helps maintain connections among PARC members and provides useful information about upcoming events meetings and current issues involving herpetological

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  • NW PARC Support
    projects initiatives and other conservation efforts that support amphibians and reptiles and the mission of NW PARC How to Make a Donation Donations are handled through our partner organization and charitable non profit Amphibian and Reptile Conservancy ARC Donations can be made by visiting the website of ARC Meet Our Sponsors Northwest Ecological Research Institute 8th annual NW PARC workshop Expanding Science Knowledge and Ecological Literacy 24 27 February 2015

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  • NW PARC Member
    Click on an area on the map to see the list of projects there Download Spreadsheet CONTACT BETSY HOWELL blhowell fs fed us KRIS KENDELL Kris Kendell ab conservation com This website and any products posted here are officially recognized

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  • About NW PARC
    Kathryn Ronnenberg News Letter Editor Valerie Titus Social Media Julia Janicki Webmaster About NW PARC Northwest chapter of Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation s NW PARC was officially launched in 2008 in Missoula Montana Our region covers seven U S states and three Canadian provinces and territories Our membership includes individuals from government and non government organizations conservation groups museums pet trade industry environmental education centers such as zoos and nature centers energy and forestry industries educational institutes including universities herpetological societies and environmental consultants The diversity if our membership makes PARC the most comprehensive conservation effort even undertaken for amphibian and reptiles Members of NW PARC are committed to promoting amphibian and reptile conservation PARC IS A diverse group of like minded citizens professionals and organizations An open forum for discussing herpetofaunal conservation A national and international conservation network A resource for everyone who values herpetofauna and their habitats Based on local regional and national efforts An advocate of inclusive reptile and amphibian conservation PARC IS NOT A competitor An funding organization A policy maker A UNIQUE CONSERVATION NETWORK PARC includes all reptiles and amphibians PARC is habitat focused PARC includes all individuals organizations and agencies that have

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  • NW PARC Annual Meetings
    a number of perspectives and case studies pertaining to transboundary conservation and restoration mechanisms We will also examine current threats and policies surrounding legal and illegal wildlife trade the role herpetocultural societies can play in conservation invasive herpetofauna and the spread of endemic and exotic pathogens The keynote speaker will be Jamie Reaser executive director of the National Invasive Species Council and noted author and conservationist The keynote speaker will be Jamie Reaser noted author and conservationist who has written and edited several books on the natural world including Courting the Wild Love Affairs with Reptiles and Amphibians Huntley Meadows A Naturalist s Journal in Verse Sacred Reciprocity Courting the Beloved in Everyday Life Wild Life New and Selected Poems and Winter Reflections by Snowlight Jamie is a Fellow of the International League of Conservation Writers Speaker Lineup Jamie Reaser keynote National Invasive Species Council Protecting What Matters Priya Nanjappa Association of Fish Wildlife Agencies A Snake Peek at What is Hoppening at National PARC Charlie Justus Idaho Department of Fish Game SNAKES ON A PLANE truck or box John Goldman U S Fish Wildlife Service Illegal Wildlife Trade in the Pacific Northwest Eric Gardner Washington Department of Fish Wildlife Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Within and Across State and International Boundaries How to PARC Over the Lines Jessie Bushell San Francisco Zoo The Journey to Restore San Francisco s Mountain Lake for the Western Pond Turtle Mary Abbot Idaho Treasure Valley Herpetology Society Alienating Herpetoculturists Dede Olson U S Forest Service Amphibian and Reptile Disease Update Valorie Titus Green Mountain College FrogWatch USA Bringing Together Amphibian Enthusiasts Though Citizen Science Accommodations Arrangements have been made for accommodations at the Coeur d Alene Resort Your support of the meeting by staying at this location is appreciated Please be sure to indicate

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  • NW PARC Events
    2011 Creative Commons License UPCOMING EVENTS CONTACT BETSY HOWELL blhowell fs fed us KRIS KENDELL Kris Kendell ab conservation com This website and any products posted here are officially recognized by the national entity Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation

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  • NW PARC Products
    January 2010 Newsletter 2 October 2009 Newsletter 1 June 2009 PRODUCTS Amphibians on My Land By integrating habitat for amphibians the stewardship practices presented in this brochure serve to make agriculture more productive and sustainable while increasing the aesthetic cultural and recreational aspects of the steward s land and ultimately its value MORE Habitat Management Guide With herpetofaunal populations declining PARC has developed a series of regionally specific best management

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