An amphibian and reptile disease alert email for people in the USA and Canada to report an incident of sick, dying, or multiple dead amphibians or reptiles.
Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation (PARC) have long recognized the importance of disease, with several PARC regions having Disease Task Teams. Responding to disease emergence often requires collaboration among government agencies, non-government organizations, universities, and the public, which can extend beyond PARC regions. Thus, PARC formed the National Disease Task Team.
Here you will find a collection of Herpetofaunal Disease Resources compiled by the PARC National Disease Task Team.
PARC is initiating a National Turtle Task Team to facilitate, coordinate, and guide North American turtle conservation.
CCITT formed in 2018 with the mission of advancing efforts to better understand, prevent, and eliminate the illegal collection and trade of North America’s native turtles.
Amphibian Week celebrates the importance of amphibians and the partnerships formed to implement amphibian conservation actions to address the ongoing global amphibian crisis.
PARC introduces Amphibian Week to promote the importance of amphibians and the partnerships formed to implement amphibian conservation actions to address the ongoing global amphibian crisis.