Sunday, April 22, 2012

From The Center for North American Herpetology

The Center for North American Herpetology is pleased to support the Center for Snake Conservation's second annual Snake Count.

To be held 12-20 May 2012.

The Snake Count is a Citizen Science Program to map and track snake distributions across North America.  It is a chance for everyday "citizens" to be directly involved in snake conservation. You will learn how to find and identify snakes to help scientists identify conservation concerns for snakes across North America. Everyone who participates in the Snake Count does it for the joy of being outdoors and helping promote the conservation of our most unique predators--snakes!

Check out to register, become a coordinator, host an event, download a snake count toolkit, or to just find out more.

Or contact the Center for Snake Conservation
1581 Ridgeview Drive
Louisville, CO 80027

Phone: 770-500-0000
Fax: 626-739-7451

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