This category contains sites covering professional and academic societies and associations concerned with amphibians and reptiles.
Provides information about snakes, lizards and turtles and details of meetings, excursions and other activities in and around Canberra, Australia
Dedicated to the conservation and study of reptiles and amphibians. Offers snake and lizard identification charts.
Promotes the scientific study of amphibians and reptiles and takes an active interest in conservation.
Goals are education, conservation and the advancement of herpetology. Offers special events, calendar and news.
Includes news, information about upcoming events and a guide to Colorado species.
Dedicated to the study and conservation of reptiles and amphibians. Includes news and information about the HAA.
IRCF aims to support conservation and research programs that contribute to the survival of threatened reptiles and their habitats. Provides information on news, membership, programs and the journal.
Offers publications, news and application for membership.
Encourages conservation of amphibians and reptiles. Offers membership, meeting and field trip information.
Showcases herpetology education, events, meeting listings, links and a newsletter.
Formed to stimulate communication among government agencies, universities, foundations and the public.
Runs nature preserves in southern New Jersey for threatened and endangered herpetofauna. Member data and links.
Promotes herpetology research and conservation. Goals, projects and related links.
SSAR is a non-profit organization established to advance research, conservation, and education. It also has forums and supports numerous grants programs and international exchanges.
Includes information on membership, upcoming events, education, outreach and publications.
Website showcases announcements, news, publications, projects, resources and related links.
Includes regional events, full animal checklist, images, life histories of major species and frog calls.
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