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Online Herp Related RegistriesNorth Carolina Herpetologist Registry
Organizations and Research Projects Supported by NCHS
The Box Turtle Connection (PDF booklet)
American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists: Publishers of Copeia
Herpetologists' League: Publishers of Herpetologica
Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles: Publishers of Journal of Herpetology
Sites with Common Goals
Amphibians and Reptiles of North Carolina This web site describes the biology and conservation of North Carolina's amphibians and reptiles. Developed by Mike Dorcas' Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Class at Davidson College, the site has a "field guide" section describing every amphibian and reptile found in North Carolina including photographs of most species. The site also describes conservation efforts in North Carolina and in and around the Davidson area. A section on Facts and Myths and a section "Just for Kids" are also available. Soon, frog calls of all North Carolina species will be available online with a quiz to test yourself on call recognition. If you would like to contribute calls or images or if you would like to publicize your herp project on the site, please contact Mike Dorcas, email@example.com.
South Carolina Reptiles and Amphibians Images and information about reptile and amphibian species indigenous to South Carolina, USA.
SAVE THE FROGS! A non-profit organization dedicated to amphibian conservation.
Sites of Interest
Cool Springs Environmental Education Center New Bern, North Carolina
Western North Carolina Nature Center Asheville, North Carolina
http://www.reptilebuzz.com provides care sheets for many of the popular herp species available in the pet trade
If you have suggestions for other links of interest, please send them to our webmaster, Kimberly Burge