Northeast Partners in
Amphibian and Reptile Conservation

“One touch of nature makes the whole world kin.” – William Shakespeare

Ambystoma_maculatum_MA_BrianBastaracheRedBelliedCooter_MD_MarkTeggeseastern cricket frog(2)_MD_Seth Berry Photo Credits from left to right: Spotted Salamander by Brian Bastarache, Red-bellied Cooter by Mark Tegges, and Eastern Cricket Frog by Seth Berry

NEPARC News

2016 NEPARC Meeting:

Thank you to all who attended our 2016 NEPARC meeting at Green Mountain College in Vermont last week!  We missed those of you who could not make it.

NEPARC Award Winner 2016 is Mike Marchand of New Hampshire Fish and Game

Mike Marchand winner of the 2016 Northeast Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Award for Excellence in Herptofaunal Conservation.

Kristine Hoffman the 2016 best Student Oral Presentation entitled “Pitfalls of Analyzing Pitfall Data on Amphibian Orientation”.

Kristine Hoffman the 2016 best Student Oral Presentation entitled “Pitfalls of Analyzing Pitfall Data on Amphibian
Orientation”.

Jamie Shinskie the 2016 best Student Poster Presentation entitled “Historic and Recent Canopy Cover and Stream Habitat Variables Affecting Eastern Hellbender Persistence with the Susquehanna Rive Drainage of Pennsylvania”.

Jamie Shinskie the 2016 best Student Poster Presentation entitled “Historic and Recent Canopy Cover and Stream Habitat Variables Affecting Eastern Hellbender Persistence with the Susquehanna Rive Drainage of Pennsylvania”.

 

Until Next Year’s Meeting:

We hope to stay engaged with all of you through our listserv, Facebook, Twitter, and working groups before we meet again in Virginia for our 2017 meeting.

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