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*TO ALL PEOPLE WHO LIVE IN THE US* From the usherp.org website-"The US Herpetoculture Alliance has just been made aware of a NEW wrinkle in the whirlwind US Fish & Wildlife (FWS) Categorical Exclusion (CatX) power grab! Sources inside Capitol Hill
AZA AMPHIBIANS IN APRIL The AZA Amphibian Biology Conservation and Management Course still has openings for the April class at the Toledo Zoo. The dates are 26 April to 2 May. Amphibian conservation workers are encouraged to attend. For more
Denver, 5/7/08 - Ever wonder how to humanely kill a frog, salamander, goldfish or even a baby alligator? The Colorado Division of Wildlife has an answer: Freeze them. Concerns over non-native frogs being released into the wild prompted a wildlife
THE ORIANNE SOCIETY 2011 SNAKES IN THE SOUTHEAST RESEARCH GRANT The Orianne Society (formerly Project Orianne) is accepting proposals on projects focused on upland snakes of the Southeast. Proposals may address research, education outreach,
This topic really disturbes me, Within the next 5-10 years, possibly 1/3 of all amphibian species could be extinct. Our children or grandchildren might grow up without ever seeing a frog, toad or salamander. The biggest issues are habitat loss and
Discovery That Amphibian Chytrid Fungus Killed By Small Increases In Salt Water Concentrations Given One Of 20 Given Eureka Awards In Australia.
Blue Mountains Gazette, 8/14/08 For Michelle Stockwell it was a surprising discovery. Frogs usually prefer pristine environments but she has found that living in a polluted and degraded habitat is the reason some Australian frogs have survived a fatal