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    the state In 2012 the CT DEEP Wildlife Division also has made a commitment to inform Connecticut residents about the state s native lizard the common five lined skink through press releases articles and a species profile in the agency s bimonthly magazine Connecticut Wildlife and related events www ct gov deep wildlife Herpetology Laboratory Bangladesh hl b is a sister concern of the Society for Research and Development SRD hl b is a non profit organization Our work is performed by a cluster of dedicated volunteers mainly young people All lab members are self funding working from passion and self motivation They are dedicated to improving herpetological knowledge and conservation The lab is also working to improve research capacity on some colleges in less developed areas of Bangladesh hl b was established to increase research capacity improve conservation knowledge and develop rural talent in herpetology among underprivileged young people http www herplabbd org T he Horned Lizard Conservation Society is a 501 c 3 non profit organization dedicated to protecting horned lizards throughout North America Our Mission is to document and publicize the values and conservation needs of horned lizards to promote horned lizard conservation projects and to assist with horned lizard management initiatives throughout their ranges www hornedlizards org Hong Kong Society of Herpetology Foundation is established in 2007 It is the first and the only registered charitable organization IR File No 91 9058 in Hong Kong related to Amphibians and Reptiles Being a charitable organization they aim to carry out the following missions To prevent cruelty to reptiles and amphibians through education To increase the public s knowledge of amphibians and reptiles through our website and various activities such as exhibitions seminars To promote the conservation of local species of reptiles and amphibians and their natural habitats so that the public can appreciate the ecological value of the local species To promote public awareness of the crisis of endangered species To carry out research and study on local amphibians and reptiles whilst emphasizing the importance of preservation of these animals and the environment and To do all such other lawful things as are incidental or conducive to the attainment of the above objectives Website Chinese http www hkherp org Website English but some pages are under construction http www hkherp org hk en Facebook http www facebook com hkherp The group originally formed in 1993 formerly known as the Agile Frog Group was re named in 2007 to Jersey Amphibian and Reptile Group JARG The group s aims are to conserver through study and direct action the native reptiles and amphibians of Jersey Collect and collate herpetofauna records Provide general advice on native reptiles and amphibians and their habitat management and Raise awareness amongst the general public http groups arguk org jarg The New York Department of Environmental Conservation s Bureau of Wildlife is responsible for managing all the wildlife species in the State of New York The Bureau had its origin in the Fisheries Game and

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    Hans Schiemenz Fund attributed to assessing and protecting natural populations of amphibians and reptiles and in collaboration with the Zoological Society for the Conservation of Species and Populations www zgap de a fund supporting conservation activities to protect threatened amphibian and reptile species The Edmonton Reptile and Amphibian Society http www edmontonreptiles com The Edmonton Reptile and Amphibian Society has ongoing efforts to protect and secure a local gartersnake hibernaculum that is being loved to death by its popularity and high traffic of visitors The red sided gartersnake is the species utilizing the den Efforts have previously been limited to an educational sign and personal discussions with people met at the den We have more recently 2012 began using trail cameras to document the traffic and threats to the den Vehicles are being driven into the area undoubtably trampling snakes People are trampling the densite which consists of small inapparent openings amongst a gravel heavy substrate Natural owl predation has been surprisingly high with regular visits In response to what we have found multiple No ATV signs and No Hunting signs have been hung along the highway frontage Future work will include building gates across access points building better fencing if it becomes necessary and doing a proper snake count to monitor population decline a count was done in 1999 Future goals depend on the landowner but include developing the area as a wildlife preserve with limited access that allows people the educational opportunity of observing the hibernaculum but in a safe manner for the snakes Edmonton Valley Zoo www valleyzoo ca Nestled on the banks of the North Saskatchewan River the Edmonton Valley Zoo is a small accredited and intimate zoo that provides authentic and engaging animal experiences The Edmonton Valley Zoo team is passionate about working to preserve the natural world and promoting environmental responsibility Zoo staff work with international organizations on ethical and strategic conservation projects either actively raising animals in species survival programs or raising money and awareness to support initiatives in other parts of the world The Edmonton Valley Zoo houses 9 different species of snakes including local and exotic species Rover our resident Children s Python will be competing in the Edmonton Valley Zoo s Race for Animal of the Year This race is a fictitious race where 4 animals are pitted against each other for a race of donations All the money raised for Rover will be going to PARC Amphibian and Reptile Conservancy and Year of the Snake for their efforts in improving reptile and amphibian habitats Georgia Department of Natural Resources www gadnr org The mission of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources is to sustain enhance protect and conserve Georgia s natural historic and cultural resources for present and future generations while recognizing the importance of promoting the development of commerce and industry that utilize sound environmental practices Hong Kong Society of Herpetology http www hkherp org Chinese http www hkherp org hk en English The Hong Kong Society of Herpetology Foundation was established in 2007 It is the first and only registered charitable organization in Hong Kong related to Amphibians and Reptiles Our mission is to prevent cruelty to reptiles and amphibians through education to increase the public s knowledge of amphibians and reptiles through our website and various activities such as exhibitions and seminars to promote the conservation of local species of reptiles and amphibians and their natural habitats so that the public can appreciate the ecological value of the local species to promote public awareness of the crisis of endangered species to carry out research and study on local amphibians and reptiles whilst emphasizing the importance of preservation of these animals and the environment and to do all such other lawful things as are incidental or conducive to the attainment of the above objectives Juniata Valley Audubon Society JVAS http www jvas org T he JVAS is a regional conservation organization in southcentral Pennsylvania supports the advancement of snake conservation education or research Chartered in 1969 as a chapter of the National Audubon Society the JVAS continues to be dedicated to the conservation and restoration of natural ecosystems focusing on birds other wildlife and their habitats for the benefit of humanity and the Earth s biological diversity JVAS accomplishes its mission through advocacy science land stewardship and education working directly with Audubon Pennsylvania the Pennsylvania state office of the National Audubon Society The territory of the JVAS comprises all of Blair and Bedford Counties in south central Pennsylvania and portions of adjacent counties With more than 600 members the JVAS is one of the state s 21 Audubon chapters All are welcome to join us at our program meetings or field trips Life Is Short But Snakes Are Long http snakesarelong blogspot com Andrew Durso is a PhD student at Utah State University where he studies the behavior physiology and ecology of toxin resistant snakes The many fascinating aspects of snake natural history have led Andrew to research this topic which is quite narrow compared to his interest in snake ecology as a whole Additionally his work brings him into frequent contact with the serious need for snake conservation which really requires holistic conservation of ecosystem structure and function on which human society depends Andrew believes that we can only accomplish this goal through education and that is partly why he decided to publish this blog The title is a quote by David Quammen one of the best science writers around Maryland Department of Natural Resources http www dnr state md us The Department of Natural Resources leads Maryland in securing a sustainable future for our environment society and economy by preserving protecting restoring and enhancing the State s natural resources Respect the Snake http respectthesnake com home html Respect The Snake is dedicated to educating people about the Lake Erie Water Snake often called LEWS through good scientific research and continued public outreach Our goal is not necessarily to convert the masses into snake lovers but

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    reptiles throughout Pennsylvania building upon previous atlas efforts and combining modern technology with an army of citizen scientists known as herpers herpetology is the study of amphibians and reptiles and herps is slang for amphibians and reptiles The project is a joint venture between the PA Fish Boat Commission PFBC and the Mid Atlantic Center for Herpetology and Conservation MACHAC funded by the PFBC via the US Fish Wildlife Service s State Wildlife Grants Program the PA Department of Conservation and Natural Resources Wildlife Resources Conservation Program and MACHAC Siena College www siena edu Siena College is a learning community advancing the ideals of a liberal arts education rooted in its identity as a Franciscan and Catholic institution Siena College students faculty and staff are working on various aspects of the Year of the Salamander campaign to promote the awareness and appreciation for salamanders and their conservation The Wilderness Center www wildernesscenter org The Wilderness Center is a non profit nature center is Northeast Ohio dedicated to education conservation natural history research and community service A mp hibian Specialist Group www Amphibians org The Amphibian Specialist Group is a global network of dedicated experts who donate their time and expertise to create a community from where practical amphibian conservation can be advanced based on a solid foundation of science This global network consists of over 300 members in over 40 Regions Countries enabling the ASG to act on a global scale The ASG strives to conserve biological diversity by stimulating developing and executing practical programs to conserve amphibians and their habitats around the world Amphibian Survival Alliance www amphibians org The Amphibian Survival Alliance is the world s largest partnership for amphibian conservation formed in response to the decline of frogs salamanders and caecilians worldwide Without immediate and coordinated action we stand to lose half of some 7 000 species of amphibians in our lifetimes The ASA draws on cutting edge research to protect amphibians and key habitats worldwide in addition to educating and inspiring the global community to become a part of the amphibian conservation movement Amphibian Ark www amphibiaark org T he AArk is a joint effort of three principal partners the World Association of Zoos and Aquariums the IUCN SSC Conservation Breeding Specialist Group and the Amphibian Survival Alliance We were formed to address the captive ex situ components of the Amphibian Conservation Action Plan Our vision is the world s amphibians safe in nature and our mission is ensuring the global survival of amphibians focusing on those that cannot currently be safeguarded in nature We coordinate amphibian conservation programs implemented by partners zoos aquariums museums universities and private conservationists around the world with our primary emphasis on programs within the range countries of the species and with a constant attention to our obligation to couple captive conservation measures with necessary efforts to protect or restore species in their natural habitats AmphibiaWeb www amphibiaweb org AmphibiaWeb is an online system enabling anyone online to search and retrieve information relating to amphibian biology and conservation This site was inspired by the global declines of amphibians the study of which has been hindered by the lack of multidisplinary studies and a lack of coordination in monitoring in field studies and in lab studies We hope AmphibiaWeb will encourage a shared vision for the study of global amphibian declines and the conservation of remaining amphibians Art Science Gallery www ArtScienceGallery com Art Science Gallery is an art gallery and science communication space dedicated to art science fusion of all kinds Located in Austin Texas we are one of the nation s first art galleries to feature exclusively science related artworks We encourage people of all ages to explore contemporary art and basic science in a fun and relaxed environment We welcome anyone along the great spectrum of artists and scientists to explore and participate in Art Science Gallery As an official partner of PARC Art Science Gallery Austin TX is hosting a group exhibition of artworks inspired by salamanders Artworks in the exhibition will address the role of salamanders in the natural and changing world including aesthetic cultural economic educational and scientific aspects of their biology and natural history Works may also explore datasets about salamander populations species relationships or biogeography The exhibition will be held May 24 June 22 2014 and is intended to enhance public understanding of salamanders their diversity and the importance of science and conservation BHHU ATRA http www rufford org projects emina šunje ATRA is the first herpetological Association founded in Bosnia and Hercegovina in the year 2013 ATRA will be mainly involved in solving problems related to the lack of existing data and resources for qualitative studies considering research monitoring and protection of BiH herpetofauna as well as in defining and establishing regulations regarding Natural Resources management in BiH Currently the Association is conducting a project regarding distribution and conservation of the black salamander from mountain Prenj Blue Lion Training www blueliontraining com Blue Lion Training is dedicated to America s natural resource professionals students and institutions by providing the most comprehensive field training available This is accomplished through college credit courses professional field courses online MOOCHs and weekend based courses Carolina Box Turtles www carolinaboxturtles com Carolina Box Turtles is a non profit Box Turtle rescue rehabilitation education research and conservation group that is located in the Western Piedmont of North Carolina We promote awareness and interest in the Eastern Box Turtle we promote the helping of box turtles cross roadways and we promote leaving them wild and not collecting them for pets We participate in different educational events providing hands on experiences with Box Turtles and disseminating information Center for Biological Diversity http www biologicaldiversity org At the Center for Biological Diversity we believe that the welfare of human beings is deeply linked to nature to the existence in our world of a vast diversity of wild animals and plants Because diversity has intrinsic value and because its loss impoverishes society we work to secure a future for all species great and small hovering on the brink of extinction We do so through science law and creative media with a focus on protecting the lands waters and climate that species need to survive We want those who come after us to inherit a world where the wild is still alive Chopsticks For Salamanders www chopsticksforsalamanders org Chopsticks for Salamanders CFS is a non profit organization that provides funding for salamander research education and conservation The organization is supported by three founding American Association of Zoo Keepers AAZK chapters the Bronx Zoo the National Zoo and the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore CFS mission has three significant goals to disseminate information about the production of disposable chopsticks to increase awareness about salamander diversity in the United States and to raise money for salamander conservation education and research Columbus Zoo http www colszoo org Home to more than 10 000 animals representing over 575 species from around the globe the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium leads and inspires by connecting people and wildlife The Zoo complex is a recreational and education destination that includes the 22 acre Zoombezi Bay water park and 18 hole Safari Golf Course The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium also operates the Wilds a 10 000 acre conservation center and safari park located in southeastern Ohio It is a regional attraction with global impact contributing more than 1 million annually to support over 70 conservation projects worldwide A 501 c 3 nonprofit organization the Columbus Zoo has earned Charity Navigator s prestigious 4 star rating Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection Wildlife Division CT DEEP www ct gov deep wildlife CT DEEP Wildlife Division is a state agency that has developed a number of programs to manage wildlife and contribute to diversified and healthy wildlife populations throughout the state The CT DEEP Wildlife Division is engaged in a comprehensive outreach and education effort to make the public more aware of the wildlife that can be found throughout the state Crawford Park District www crawfordparkdistrict org The Crawford Park District located in north central Ohio is focused on preservation through education We seek to raise awareness and appreciation for the environment by offering programs to people of all ages Education today Preservation tomorrow Davidson College Herpetology Lab www bio davidson edu dorcas The Davidson College Herpetology Laboratory is actively involved in salamander conservation through our outreach programs and research focusing on anthropogenic impacts on salamander populations Our research on wetland dependent species provides information important for habitat management Our studies of urbanization effects and potential mitigation strategies for stream salamanders provides clear evidence of human s impact on stream ecosystems The Davidson College Herpetology Outreach Program reaches thousands of people each year and helps the public to understand appreciate and conserve our natural resources including salamanders The Friends of the Cache River Watershed http friendsofcache org The Friends of the Cache River Watershed is a non profit citizens group that promotes natural resource conservation throughout the Cache River Watershed in southern Illinois We work together with landowners and members of the Joint Venture Partnership which includes Ducks Unlimited Inc Illinois Department of Natural Resources Natural Resource Conservation Service The Nature Conservancy and the U S Fish and Wildlife Service Together we share a common goal to protect and restore 60 000 acres along a 50 mile corridor of the Cache River Great Smoky Mountains Institute at Tremont www gsmit org Great Smoky Mountains Institute at Tremont provides in depth experiences through education programs that celebrate ecological and cultural diversity foster stewardship and nurture appreciation of Great Smoky Mountains National Park Connecting people and nature summarizes our mission which we accomplish by providing hands on learning experiences in the National Park helping people develop a greater sense of place a deepened appreciation and awe for the diversity of life and people and an ethic of stewardship that follows them home Harris Center for Conservation Education www harriscenter org The Harris Center for Conservation Education www harriscenter org is a non profit land trust and environmental education organization located in southwestern New Hampshire We are dedicated to promoting understanding and respect for our natural environment through education of all ages direct protection and exemplary stewardship of the region s natural resources and programs that encourage active participation in the great outdoors Our teacher naturalists work with 2 500 students in nearly 30 schools each year integrating place based nature education on topics including but not limited to salamanders and vernal pools into K 12 curricula We also provide over 100 lectures film showings and guided outings for the general public each year including a suite of amphibian focused programs in the spring Lastly our citizen science arm www aveo org coordinates the locally celebrated Salamander Crossing Brigades and volunteer vernal pool inventories Since 2007 our citizen scientists have documented 130 vernal pools and saved over 15 000 migratory amphibians from the crush of the tire Heritage Conservancy www HeritageConservancy org Based in Doylestown PA Heritage Conservancy is a nationally accredited conservator and community based organization committed to the preservation and protection of significant open spaces natural resources and historic structures A champion of conservation best practices Heritage Conservancy is dedicated to the idea that everyone is responsible for stewardship and seeks to enlighten engage and empower others to help achieve this mutual vision Recognizing the importance of protecting our salamanders Heritage Conservancy started the Quakertown Swamp Amphibian Rescue Partnership At the end of every winter this partnership helps to provide safe passage for salamanders and other amphibians across a busy road in order to get to vernal pools on the other side to breed The HERP Project http theherpproject uncg edu Herpetology Education in Rural Places and Spaces The HERP Project funded by NSF ISE Grant DRL 1114588 consists of four threads Celebrations Cyberhub Herpetology Research Experiences and Studies to support educational conservation and field ecology experiences related to herpetology The HERP Project s goals include Igniting a passion for NC s reptiles and amphibians Developing a sense of place and a connection to the local environment Engaging people in conservation and field ecology experiences and Promoting the public s participation in scientific research Highlands Biological Station www highlandsbiological org More species of salamanders exist in the southern Appalachian Mountains than anywhere else in the world and nowhere are they more abundant For more than 85 years the Highlands Biological Station located in Highlands North Carolina has served as a world renowned facility for salamander research Throughout the years many classic studies of have been conducted by numerous researchers through HBS and in the surrounding Nantahala National Forest Dr Richard Bruce director of the Station from 1972 1999 published prolifically during and after his tenure at HBS on various aspects of salamander biology For decades Highlands Biological Station has also offered the popular summer field courses Biology of Plethodontid Salamanders and Conservation Biology of Amphibians and continues to serve as an important base of operations for the work of many graduate students and visiting scientists Maryland Department of Natural Resources http www dnr state md us The Department of Natural Resources leads Maryland in securing a sustainable future for our environment society and economy by preserving protecting restoring and enhancing the State s natural resources Minnesota Department of Natural Resources Nongame Wildlife Program www mndnr gov nongame To protect maintain enhance and restore native nongame wildlife resources for their intrinsic values ecosystem functions and long term benefits Nature Abounds www natureabounds org Nature Abounds is a national 501c3 non profit organization that s focus is bringing people together for the planet specifically through environmental volunteerism and stewardship Among Nature Abounds programs are IceWatch USA Watch the Wild the Senior Environment Corps Turtle Ambassadors Climate Change Ambassadors and Knitters for Nature s Critters New Jersey Audubon http www njaudubon org The New Jersey Audubon Society is a privately supported not for profit statewide membership organization Founded in 1897 and one of the oldest independent Audubon societies New Jersey Audubon has no connection with the National Audubon Society New Jersey Audubon fosters environmental awareness and a conservation ethic among New Jersey s citizens protects New Jersey s birds mammals amphibians reptiles other animals and plants especially endangered and threatened species and promotes preservation of New Jersey s valuable natural habitats New Jersey Audubon Education department has been coordinating Amphibian crossing with other partners since 2003 and New Jersey Audubon Stewardship Department performs and or assists with large scale habitat restorations on private and public lands for a variety of wildlife including enhancing and or restoration vernal pool and other wetland woodland habitats across NJ Salamander species that benefit from these restoration include but are not limited to are spotted salamander Jefferson salamander long tail salamander marble salamander eastern tiger salamander blue spotted salamander New York State Department of Environmental Conservation NYDEC http www dec ny gov animals 277 html The Mission of NYSDEC is to conserve improve and protect New York s natural resources and environment and to prevent abate and control water land and air pollution in order to enhance the health safety and welfare of the people of the state and their overall economic and social well being As part of this mission NYSDEC manages rare species such as the eastern hellbender to keep their populations secure In addition to population surveys habitat enhancement and protection work with hellbenders also includes a successful headstarting program in cooperation with the Buffalo Zoo The headstarting program started in 2009 to address decreases in juvenile hellbenders seen on surveys has been successful in taking egg masses found in western New York and rearing them into 600 larvae at the Buffalo Zoo and partner facilities the Bronx and Ross Park Zoos To date over 100 animals aged 2 years or older have been released back into western New York rivers where monitoring is ongoing North American Association for Environmental Education www naaee net For more than four decades NAAEE has been a leader in promoting excellence in environmental education throughout North America It is the only national membership organization dedicated to strengthening the field of environmental education and increasing the visibility and effectiveness of the profession NAAEE s influence stretches across North America and around the world These members are professionals with environmental education responsibilities and interests across business government higher education formal K 12 education nonformal education early childhood education science education and STEM and other sectors of society Ontario Nature www ontarionature org Ontario Nature protects wild species and wild spaces through conservation education and public engagement It connects thousands of individuals and communities with nature through more than 150 conservation groups across the province of Ontario Opacum Land Trust www opacumlt org Opacum Land Trust is a volunteer run land conservation organization and works within 13 south central Massachusetts towns The land trust is named after the marbled salamander Ambystoma opacum as this threatened species spurred the creation of the land trust in the year 2000 Currently Opacum has permanently protected over 1 000 acres of land Our flagship property Opacum Woods in Sturbridge was acquired to protect habitat for our namesake Riverbanks Zoo and Garden www riverbanks org For nearly 40 years Riverbanks Zoo and Garden has connected individuals families and groups with the world s wildlife and wild places Riverbanks is a special purpose district governed by the Riverbanks Park Commission which consists of seven members two appointed by Richland County Council two by Lexington County Council two by the City of Columbia and one jointly by the three entities It is the mission of Riverbanks Zoo and Garden to foster appreciation and concern for all living things Orianne Society www oriannesociety org The Orianne Society is a 501 c 3 nonprofit organization dedicated to the conservation of imperiled snakes an important groups of wildlife that are largely overlooked and the conservation of which is underfunded The Orianne Society has used a multifaceted approach

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    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 Resources Home Resources PARC Contact Featured Publications PARC Annual Reports PARC Inventory and Monitoring Guide Publications Wetland Related Publications Diamondback Terrapin Resources 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 Reptile and Amphibian Conservation Resources Snake Myths Snakebite Factsheet Reptile and Amphibian Myths PIT Tag Factsheet Resources Support PARC The best way to support PARC is to contribute toward our partner organization and charitable non profit supporter the Amphibian and Reptile Conservancy ARC Donations to ARC can be made by clicking the Donate button below or directly through their website which also highlights our shared missions and some of

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    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 Publications Home Publications PARC Contact Featured Publications PARC Annual Reports PARC Inventory and Monitoring Guide Publications Wetland Related Publications Diamondback Terrapin Resources Resources Job Information Meeting Event Calendar Email Listserve Research and Consultant Contacts Conservation Resources Amphibian Declines and Chytrid Bd Grant Information Links Support PARC The best way to support PARC is to contribute toward our partner organization and charitable non profit supporter the Amphibian and Reptile Conservancy ARC Donations to ARC can be made by clicking the Donate button below or directly through their website which also highlights our shared missions and some of their other great amphibian and reptile conservation work Another way to support PARC is to buy some of

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