Amphibians and Reptiles

American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists

The American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists is dedicated to the scientific study of fishes, amphibians and reptiles. The programs of the ASIH are part of a global effort to interpret, understand, and conserve the Earth’s natural diversity and to contribute to the wise use of natural resources for the long-term benefit of humankind.

BC Frogwatch

BC Frogwatch is a provincial government program to collect information on frog and toad populations in British Columbia. The site also includes salamanders and turtles. The site includes species and range information and links to amphibian biology.

Best Management Practices for Amphibians and Reptiles in Urban and Rural Environments in British Columbia!publish/SAR/Amphibian%20and%20Reptile%20BMPs_final%20(old%202004).pdf

This site’s primary purpose is to provide developers, consultants, landscape architects, local and regional governments, urban planners, land use managers and the public with the practical, cost-effective tools and supporting scientific information necessary for mitigating development activity impacts on amphibian and reptile populations in the province.

Canadian Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Network

This site provides information on the identification, distribution, natural history, and conservation of all the frogs, salamanders, lizards, turtles, and snakes found in Canada. Learn about the species found in your province or anywhere else in Canada.

Reptiles of British Columbia

This website provides information on British Columbia’s reptiles to members of the public, devoted naturalists, professionals, students, and even young children with an interest in these animals. This website provides a good starting point for you to learn more about, or access information concerning, the reptile species found in our province.


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  • P.O. Box 2568
  • Revelstoke, British Columbia V0E 2S0
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