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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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  • Join 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 Join PARC Become a member of Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation PARC depends upon the help and support from its volunteer members PARC s membership involves all individuals organizations and agencies with an interest in amphibian and reptile conservation Our members represent many different sectors including federal agencies state agencies nongovernmental organizations universities and industry We encourage you to attend Regional and National PARC meetings and learn about the issues affecting herp conservation issues in your area Why join Membership in PARC is completely free As a member you will be helping to join a network of professionals and others who are interested in reversing the decline of amphibians and reptiles across the country You will receive a quarterly PARC e newsletter have access to read and post messages on our national and regional listserve and be kept up to date on important issues affecting herps nationwide To become a member of Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation please complete the form below The information you provide will not be sold or

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  • Logo Usage
    DoD PARC Grants Links Habitat Tools Climate Change and Herps Relocation Reintroduction Translocation and Headstarting PARC Disease Task Team Support PARC Search Logo Usage Home About PARC Logo Usage 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 Logo Usage Approved by PARC National Steering Committee NSC 6 20 2001 The PARC logo is copyrighted by Partners for Amphibian and Reptile Conservation and its use is encouraged Upon receipt of a written request and justification the PARC National Steering Committee PARC NSC will approve or deny requests for permission to use the PARC logo Requests should be sent electronically to This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it In most cases the PARC NSC will approve or deny the request within one month of the initial receipt Special situations may take longer if discussion among committee members is necessary Use of the PARC logo is strictly prohibited without the written consent of the PARC NSC Any use of the PARC

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  • About PARC
    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 FAQ How does PARC differ from amphibian organizations that have been formed to address the reported amphibian declines PARC includes reptiles under its purview as well as amphibians PARC is habitat focused and is taking a strategic and cooperative approach to developing a broad based conservation plan PARC includes state agencies and the private sector as well as professionals and enthusiasts interested in herpetology PARC will focus not only on endangered and threatened species but will also work toward keeping common native species common How much does it cost to become a member of PARC Membership in PARC is free How do I get on the PARC listserv The PARC listserv is reserved for members only New members are automatically placed on the listserv Click here to Join PARC How do I get off of the PARC listserv Not all people want to receive messages from a listserv Instructions for removing yourself from the listserv are included in the footer of each listserv message In cases where you have more than one email address and your sending address is different from the address subscribed to the listserv this automatic removal may not work If this is your situation send your request to leave the listserv to This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it What types organizations and people are involved in PARC PARC includes Government Agencies Herpetologists Biologists Educators Reptile and amphibian enthusiasts Concerned citizens Industry Representatives Conservationists Conservation organizations Zoos museums nature centers Universities research laboratories Forest products industry Herpetological societies Pet trade industry Environmental consultants contractors Does PARC focus on the conservation of endangered species PARC focuses both on endangered and threatened species and keeping common native species common in their natural environments Logo Usage Approved

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  • Wetland Related Publications
    FAQs Publications PARCAS Priority Amphibian and 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 Wetland Related Publications 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 Wetland Related Publications Ephemeral Wetlands A Vanishing Habitat produced by Midwest PARC Amphibian s Eye View of Wetlands Brochure printed by Savannah River Ecology Lab and Peace Frogs Using Micro and Macrotopography in Wetland Restoration Produced by Dave Stratman and the NRCS USDA Indiana Biology Technical Note 1 LOOKING FOR SOMETHING Resources Job Postings Email Listserve

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  • Diamondback Terrapin Resources
    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 Diamondback Terrapin Resources Featured Publications PARC Annual Reports PARC Inventory and Monitoring Guide Publications Wetland Related

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  • Join PARC
    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

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  • Wetland Restoration and Construction - A Technical Guide
    your aim is to carry out a complicated mitigation project or to simply help wildlife this book will expertly guide you through the steps required to build a successful wetland The chapters clearly explain how to select suitable locations for building wetlands the best techniques to use what types of heavy equipment are needed and how to oversee construction and planting Of special interest to land managers are the pages showing how wetlands can be designed to provide habitat to specific species such as the wood frog painted turtle and for shorebirds Other sections describe how wetlands can be built at schools for science education on mined lands for cleaning run off when closing old roads and how wetlands that are not performing as planned can be repaired The Wetland Trust in partnership with the Upper Susquehanna Coalition Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation PARC and the Center for Wetlands and Stream Restoration published the book Individuals may visit www thewetlandtrust org wetlandrestoration to take advantage of the introductory price of only 15 50 per copy which also includes postage Wetland Restoration and Construction A Technical Guide by long time practitioner Thomas Biebighauser is a must have for natural resource managers as well as ordinary citizens interested in conserving restoring and creating wetlands Tom has crafted a comprehensive practical and easy to read manual with clear and concise diagrams photos and step by step instructions that guide the user through wetland construction and restoration from start to finish including the basics of wetland identification ecology and design as well as useful information on permitting and obtaining funding It is a fabulous resource Daniel Taylor Water for Wildlife Program Coordinator Bat Conservation International Worldwide loss and deterioration of wetlands have accelerated the local extinction of amphibians and freshwater turtles leading toward threatened and endangered status on a global scale This comprehensive guide to wetland construction could not be timelier Succinct and easily understandable Tom Biebighauser s technical guide Wetland Restoration and Construction offers the whys where s and how s of wetland creation and restoration for the land manager as well as for the backyard conservationist in all of us Ernesto Garcia Executive Director Amphibian and Reptile Conservancy Friends of PARC Both the novice naturalist and experienced land manager will discover exciting new ways of observing and evaluating landscapes Tom does an exemplary job of integrating wetland construction techniques with wetland biology Chapter 9 Designing Wetlands for Wildlife provides professional contractors and land managers key insights into wetland biodiversity an essential ingredient for designing and constructing wetlands The clarity of step by step instructions is complemented with superb diagrams and photographs Go ahead liven up your property with a seasonal pool this book will guide you through a successful project and your kids and grandkids will love you for it John Byrd Director Clinch River Environmental Studies Organization This book is a comprehensive information source for professionals of all backgrounds and levels of expertise who are designing or constructing wetlands It

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