Next Meeting Info

“Only if we understand can we care. Only if we care will we help. Only if we help shall they be saved.” – Jane Goodall

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Photo credits from left to right: Northern Copperhead by Phillip de Maynadier, Northern Two-lined Salamander by Matthew Chatfield, and Atlantic Coast Leopard Frog by John (J.D.) Kleopfer

Meetings are held annually and provide a forum to discuss NEPARC projects, hear presentations on various herp conservation and research activities, network and enjoy the company of like-minded herp enthusiasts, and elect officers.

 

Call for Abstracts!

Oral abstract deadline is May 11, 2018. Poster abstract deadline is July 29, 2018. Click here to learn more

Seeking Meeting Sponsors!

We are seeking sponsors for our 2018 annual meeting.  Your funds will provide important support for the conservation of herpetofauna in our region.  Sponsorships help offset the cost of the meeting itself, keep the cost for students attending the conference low, and fund the production of NEPARC educational material.  All supporters’ names will be included in the meeting agenda and will receive verbal acknowledgement during the meeting opening session.  Sponsors contributing $500 or more will receive one complimentary registration including meals (does not include lodging). Click here to learn more.

Design the Meeting Logo!

Planning to attend the Annual Northeast Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Meeting at Hampshire College this summer? Looking for an artistic outlet in addition to enjoying local herpetofauna? The NEPARC Steering Committee is looking for t-shirt designs for the meeting t-shirt. Click here to learn more.

Photo Project

NEPARC is trying to assemble a nice collection of Northeast herp species photos. Please consider bringing a CD of your photos to the meeting. Click here to learn more.

Previous NEPARC Meetings

See previous meetings page for information on our past annual meetings.

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