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Herp Atlas Project Newsletter Archives

New York State Amphibian and Reptile Atlas Project

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  • Fall 1999 Number 9

    Atlas Project to End
    Volunteers to be Acknowledged in Final Publication
    Life After the Herp Atlas
    The Herp Bookshelf
    Acknowledgments

  • Spring 1999 Number 8

    Focus on Snakes
    New Atlas of County Highways Available
    Request for Photographs
    Our Website is Your Tool for Success
    Cabin Fever?
    The Final Year

  • Fall 1998 Number 7

    Late Summer and Early Fall Herping
    Correction
    Yet Another Internet Update
    NY Natural History Conference V
    Your Library

  • Spring 1998 Number 6

    Focus on Salamanders
    Strategy for a Successful 1998
    Internet Address Update
    NY Natural History Conference
    Interim Reports a Hot Item
    Deformed Frogs in the News

  • Autumn 1997 Number 5

    Send us Your Survey Cards!
    Changes to Names of New York State Herpetofauna
    Photographic Documentation - a useful tool
    The Herp Atlas Hits the Web

  • Autumn 1996 Number 4

    New Map Identified Areas to be Atlased
    Herp Atlas Project Loses Staff
    Volunteer Handbook Available

  • Spring 1996 Number 3

    Focus on Turtles
    Measuring, Sexing and Aging Turtles in the Field
    We're Progressing in Leaps & Bounds!
    Updated Interim Reports Available
    A Visitor from the Past - by Tom Tyning
    Learn About the Marsh Monitoring Program

  • Autumn 1995 Number 2

    Where We Stand
    Check out our New Logo!!
    NY Natural History Conference
    Top Atlaser Identified
    The New Map is Here
    Winter Vacation - a look at over wintering herps

  • Spring 1995 Number 1

    Working Toward a Goal
    Focus on Frogs
    The Life of a Herp Atlas Card - What happens to your herp cards when you send them in?
    Blue Card Blues
    1994 Interim Reports
    Thank you's - by Al Breisch


More about Herp Atlas Project Newsletter Archives:

  • Herp Atlas Newsletter Spring 1995 - The Amphibian & Reptile Atlas Project (Herp Atlas) was a ten year survey that was designed to document the geographic distribution of New York State's herpetofauna.
  • Herp Atlas Newsletter Autumn 1995 - The Amphibian & Reptile Atlas Project (Herp Atlas) was a ten year survey that was designed to document the geographic distribution of New York State's herpetofauna.
  • Herp Atlas Newsletter Spring 1995 - The Amphibian & Reptile Atlas Project (Herp Atlas) was a ten year survey that was designed to document the geographic distribution of New York State's herpetofauna.
  • Herp Atlas Newsletter Autumn 1996 - The Amphibian & Reptile Atlas Project (Herp Atlas) was a ten year survey that was designed to document the geographic distribution of New York State's herpetofauna.
  • Herp Atlas Newsletter Autumn 1997 - The Amphibian & Reptile Atlas Project (Herp Atlas) was a ten year survey that was designed to document the geographic distribution of New York State's herpetofauna.
  • Herp Atlas Newsletter Spring 1998 - The Amphibian & Reptile Atlas Project (Herp Atlas) was a ten year survey that was designed to document the geographic distribution of New York State's herpetofauna.
  • Herp Atlas Newsletter Autumn 1998 - The Amphibian & Reptile Atlas Project (Herp Atlas) was a ten year survey that was designed to document the geographic distribution of New York State's herpetofauna.
  • Herp Atlas Newsletter Spring 1999 - The Amphibian & Reptile Atlas Project (Herp Atlas) was a ten year survey that was designed to document the geographic distribution of New York State's herpetofauna.
  • Herp Atlas Newsletter Autumn 1999 - The Amphibian & Reptile Atlas Project (Herp Atlas) was a ten year survey that was designed to document the geographic distribution of New York State's herpetofauna.
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