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  • Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation
    Reptile Conservation Areas PARC Annual Reports Habitat Management Guidelines Inventory and Monitoring Guide Brochures and Handouts Herp Articles News Events News PARC Disease Task Team Formed Meeting Events Calendar PARC Visionary Leader Award Alison Haskell Award 2014 Year of the Salamander 2013 Year of the Snake 2012 Year of the Lizard 2011 Year of the Turtle PARC 10 year Anniversary Habitat in Focus Resources PARCAS Priority Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Areas Job Listings Listserve DoD PARC Grants Links Habitat Tools Climate Change and Herps Relocation Reintroduction Translocation and Headstarting PARC Disease Task Team Support PARC Search Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Disease Task Team PARC has formed a Disease Task Team to facilitate and guide communication on herpetofaunal diseases The Wildlife Society Recognizes PARC PARC Recieves 2013 TWS Group Achievement Award 2014 Designated YEAR OF THE SALAMANDER Conservation groups in partnership with PARC have designated 2014 as the Year of the Salamander Learn More About Us About PARC About PARC Find PARC in your area Join PARC Now Publications PARC Guidelines and Position Statements Annual Reports View all PARC Publications News Events Check out our latest news and events Meeting and Events Calendar 2014 Year of the Salamander LOOKING

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  • PARC Contacts
    Areas PARC Annual Reports Habitat Management Guidelines Inventory and Monitoring Guide Brochures and Handouts Herp Articles News Events News PARC Disease Task Team Formed Meeting Events Calendar PARC Visionary Leader Award Alison Haskell Award 2014 Year of the Salamander 2013 Year of the Snake 2012 Year of the Lizard 2011 Year of the Turtle PARC 10 year Anniversary Habitat in Focus Resources PARCAS Priority Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Areas Job Listings Listserve DoD PARC Grants Links Habitat Tools Climate Change and Herps Relocation Reintroduction Translocation and Headstarting PARC Disease Task Team Support PARC Search PARC Contacts PARC Organization and Contacts Joint National Steering Committee Co chairs JJ Apodaca Warren Wilson College Asheville NC Kristin Stanford Ohio State University Lake Erie OH Federal Agencies Steering Committee Co Chairs Rob Lovich Senior Natural Resource Specialist for the U S Navy Department of Defense Casey Burns State Biologist for Utah USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service National Coordinators Jen Williams Federal Agencies Coordinator National Park Service Priya Nanjappa Amphibian Reptile Coordinator State Agencies Coordinator Association of Fish Wildlife Agencies Contributing Editor Web Communications Strategist Tanner Jessel Website Administrator Scott Hove This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view

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  • Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation
    Reptile Conservation Areas PARC Annual Reports Habitat Management Guidelines Inventory and Monitoring Guide Brochures and Handouts Herp Articles News Events News PARC Disease Task Team Formed Meeting Events Calendar PARC Visionary Leader Award Alison Haskell Award 2014 Year of the Salamander 2013 Year of the Snake 2012 Year of the Lizard 2011 Year of the Turtle PARC 10 year Anniversary Habitat in Focus Resources PARCAS Priority Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Areas Job Listings Listserve DoD PARC Grants Links Habitat Tools Climate Change and Herps Relocation Reintroduction Translocation and Headstarting PARC Disease Task Team Support PARC Search Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Disease Task Team PARC has formed a Disease Task Team to facilitate and guide communication on herpetofaunal diseases The Wildlife Society Recognizes PARC PARC Recieves 2013 TWS Group Achievement Award 2014 Designated YEAR OF THE SALAMANDER Conservation groups in partnership with PARC have designated 2014 as the Year of the Salamander Learn More About Us About PARC About PARC Find PARC in your area Join PARC Now Publications PARC Guidelines and Position Statements Annual Reports View all PARC Publications News Events Check out our latest news and events Meeting and Events Calendar 2014 Year of the Salamander LOOKING

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  • Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation
    Reptile Conservation Areas PARC Annual Reports Habitat Management Guidelines Inventory and Monitoring Guide Brochures and Handouts Herp Articles News Events News PARC Disease Task Team Formed Meeting Events Calendar PARC Visionary Leader Award Alison Haskell Award 2014 Year of the Salamander 2013 Year of the Snake 2012 Year of the Lizard 2011 Year of the Turtle PARC 10 year Anniversary Habitat in Focus Resources PARCAS Priority Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Areas Job Listings Listserve DoD PARC Grants Links Habitat Tools Climate Change and Herps Relocation Reintroduction Translocation and Headstarting PARC Disease Task Team Support PARC Search Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Disease Task Team PARC has formed a Disease Task Team to facilitate and guide communication on herpetofaunal diseases The Wildlife Society Recognizes PARC PARC Recieves 2013 TWS Group Achievement Award 2014 Designated YEAR OF THE SALAMANDER Conservation groups in partnership with PARC have designated 2014 as the Year of the Salamander Learn More About Us About PARC About PARC Find PARC in your area Join PARC Now Publications PARC Guidelines and Position Statements Annual Reports View all PARC Publications News Events Check out our latest news and events Meeting and Events Calendar 2014 Year of the Salamander LOOKING

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  • About PARC
    zoos energy industry universities herpetological organizations research laboratories forest industries and environmental consultants The diversity of our membership makes PARC the most comprehensive conservation effort ever undertaken for amphibians and reptiles Reptiles alligators crocodiles lizards turtles the tuatara and snakes and amphibians frogs toads salamanders and caecilians have suffered from a broad range of human activities due in part to the perception that these animals are either dangerous or of little environmental or economic value We know now that they are important parts of our natural and cultural heritage We hope that after browsing through the PARC website you will agree that reptiles and amphibians are worth our conservation efforts Join the cause and sign up to become a member for free and attend a PARC meeting near you 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 a funding organization a policy maker PARC is a unique conservation network because PARC includes all reptiles and amphibians PARC is habitat focused PARC includes all individuals organizations and agencies that have an interest in reptile and amphibian conservation PARC focuses on endangered and threatened species and keeping common native species common Join PARC Become a member of Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Join Now Regions PARC is organized into five officially recognized regional working groups that serve as the operating entities of the PARC network Through this system PARC can focus on national and regional herpetofaunal conservation challenges Northeast NE PARC Southeast SE PARC Midwest MW PARC Southwest SW PARC and Northwest NW PARC

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  • About PARC
    Conservation Areas Job Listings Listserve DoD PARC Grants Links Habitat Tools Climate Change and Herps Relocation Reintroduction Translocation and Headstarting PARC Disease Task Team Support PARC Search About PARC Latest News from PARC Alison Haskell Award PARC Visionary Leader Award Haskell Award Winners 2013 Designated YEAR OF THE SNAKE Resources Job Information Meeting Event Calendar Email Listserve Research and Consultant Contacts Conservation Resources Amphibian Declines and Chytrid Bd Grant Information Links About PARC About PARC Find PARC in your area Join PARC Now Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation PARC is an inclusive partnership dedicated to the conservation of the herpetofauna reptiles and amphibians and their habitats Our membership comes from all walks of life and includes individuals from state and federal agencies conservation organizations museums pet trade industry nature centers zoos energy industry universities herpetological organizations research laboratories forest industries and environmental consultants The diversity of our membership makes PARC the most comprehensive conservation effort ever undertaken for amphibians and reptiles Reptiles alligators crocodiles lizards turtles the tuatara and snakes and amphibians frogs toads salamanders and caecilians have suffered from a broad range of human activities due in part to the perception that these animals are either dangerous or of little environmental or economic value We know now that they are important parts of our natural and cultural heritage We hope that after browsing through the PARC website you will agree that reptiles and amphibians are worth our conservation efforts Join the cause and sign up to become a member for free and attend a PARC meeting near you 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

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  • Mission
    Year of the Salamander 2013 Year of the Snake 2012 Year of the Lizard 2011 Year of the Turtle PARC 10 year Anniversary Habitat in Focus Resources PARCAS Priority Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Areas Job Listings Listserve DoD PARC Grants Links Habitat Tools Climate Change and Herps Relocation Reintroduction Translocation and Headstarting PARC Disease Task Team Support PARC Search Mission Resources Job Information Meeting Event Calendar Email Listserve Research and

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  • Locate
    state chapters and subunits Alabama Colorado Florida Idaho Michigan North Carolina Wisconsin and the Caribbean Click on a region or state chapter on the map below to be directed to the appropriate website PARC Regions and State Chapters Click on a geographic region or state chapter to be directed to the appropriate website Each region identifies its priorities and activities They also work on national projects such as the National Habitat Management Guidelines and the upcoming development of the Inventory and Monitoring Protocol Series PARC relies on creativity resources and donated time provided from each region The regions offer tremendous opportunities to become involved in PARC and do your part to advance Reptile and Amphibian conservation where you live Department of Defense DoD PARC Department of Defense PARC DoD PARC is a new partnership initiative that provides a network through which the military installation biologists natural resource managers and professional herpetologists can work together to avoid future mission restrictions while providing stewardship for threatened and endangered herpetofauna DoD PARC focuses on habitat and species management inventory research and monitoring and education outreach and training It provides a framework for the effective management of amphibians and reptiles by the military services and their installations DoD PARC s primary responsibility is to ensure that the DoD has the operational and logistical flexibility necessary for testing and training exercises International Working Group The question continually arises about whether PARC is an international effort and the answer is best given from a historical perspective PARC was initially developed with a focus on the southeastern United States because the Southeast is the region with the country s highest herpetofaunal biodiversity and potentially greatest problems As the PARC initiative became publicized in 1998 a national interest developed from numerous geographic regions and then participants from Mexico

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