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Frog Cult Amphibian Week 2023 livestreams

Frog Cult is hosting livestreams all throughout Amphibian Week 2023! Come join us on Twitch to learn more about amphibians, celebrate them, and meet other amphibian lovers. Click for the panel schedule here: https://frogcult.webflow.io/aw2023-schedule

Amphibian Week

Amphibian Week was started in 2020 by the Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation (PARC) and partners as a way to increase awareness about amphibians and to celebrate all things amphibian. This year, Amphibian Week 2023 will be May 7-13, 2023!

Croaks, Peeps, and Color: Exploring the World of Amphibian Communication Webinar

Amphibians communicate in a variety of ways from calls to scents and even color. Explore the diverse world of amphibians and the variety of ways that they communicate. Much of this talk’s focus will be on amphibians in Maryland, but it will also cover cool species around the world, too. This webinar is sponsored by […]

Discovering Amphibians Webinar

Join us for this special program as we celebrate Amphibian Week. Journey through time. Learn about amphibians, get an up-close look at our Japanese giant salamanders and eastern hellbenders, and chat with amphibian experts. Registration Required: https://eventactions.com/eareg.aspx?ea=Rsvp&invite=gehjug0e90cvn69s3tp29td503husfjxwggfzh5dv2hdb4j2v162  

Wild Turtle Week

Join the slow and steady movement on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram May 22 – 26, 2023! #WildTurtleWeek is a collaborative initiative between the Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation (PARC), the Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies (AFWA), and the US Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) to shell-e-brate all things related to turtles for one week https://parcplace.org/wild-turtle-week/

International Herpetological Symposium

Each year the IHS is held in a different location and hosted by a zoological, herpetological or herpetocultural institution. Its purpose is two-fold: To provide an annual symposium for the dissemination of information and research pertaining to the natural history, conservation biology, captive management and propagation of amphibians and reptiles To build a community open […]