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Alabama Chapter of Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation. News:. NOW ACCEPTING ABSTRACTS AND REGISTRATION FOR. ALAPARC 2012 Fall Meeting Dauphin Island Sea Lab Sept. 28-30 DEADLINE EXTENDED TO: SEPTEMBER 14. ( more info ). PHOTOS NEEDED FOR PUBLICATIONS ( more info ). Donate to the ALAPARC Scholarship Initiative :

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  • Alabama PARC: March 2010

    For a bit of background info, the striped newt is a small Coastal Plain endemic that is specialized for survival in longleaf-pine dominated habitats with small, shallow, temporary ponds - two types of habitat that have greatly disappeared from the Southeast in recent decades. (h/t Katie Dunn for ... Read article

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  • Rare Species and Ecological Communities

    In the 2012 President's Budget Request, the National Biological Information Infrastructure (NBII) is terminated. As a result, all resources, databases, tools, and applications within this web site will be removed on January 15, 2012. For more information, please refer to the NBII Program Terminat... Read article

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  • Gopher Frog/Crawfish Frog Task Team - separc

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  • Field Herp Forum • View topic - Alabama PARC Meeting

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  • Workshops - EEAA

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  • Alabama Coastal Foundation

    Perhaps the decline of the tortoise is linked most closely to the vanishing longleaf pine ecosystem, but they face other threats too, including collisions with cars, poaching for food, and disease. Without conservation efforts aimed at protecting tortoises and their habitat, they have a bleak fu... Read article

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  • Environmental Education, recycling

    FROM LEGACY: HOW TO BECOME INVOLVED Education Working Group's primary focus is to teach children across the watershed about the river and its ecosystem. We do this by working with teachers in local schools, participating in school and community sponsored education activities, sponsoring the Rive... Read article

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