Events and Happenings

Last year, 2014, was the Year of the Salamander, according to the Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation. Celebrate with us!

Take a look at the calendar (it might take just a moment to load). Attend a conference. Come on a guided walk. Help with your neighborhood amphibian crossing. Or book your own presentation or outing with us— great for classes, troops, and organizations. Or send us something to add to the calendar. Let us know what you’d like to see! We look forward to meeting you.

Upcoming Classes

Wildlife & Fisheries Biology: WBF 185 Herpetology: Vermont Reptiles

Identification, natural history, and conservation of Vermont's reptiles. All Vermont species will be introduced and discussed and some will be assigned for further study. Amphibians will be covered in a spring class.

Course starts August 2015. Register through the the University of Vermont. Details at http://www.uvm.edu/academics/courses/?term=201509&crn=95062

You may wish to browse other University of Vermont courses taught by Dr. Andrews.

You also might find the calendar of Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation of interest.

Teachers, group leaders, community groups, kids, naturalists and many others have met with Jim Andrews and other Atlas staff and volunteers to learn more about reptiles and amphibians in Vermont. We offer slide shows, field trips and much more. Use the form below to start booking an event for your class, troop, organization, or community.

In general, we charge $200 plus mileage and expenses for an presentation or field trip (depending somewhat on length). We usually give a discounted price for a combined, contiguous presentation and a field trip on the same day ($300). Thank you for your interest!

Get On the Calendar!

Type of Event:

A presentation usually lasts 1.5 hours; a Field Trip is usually 3 hours. Please let us know of any special needs or timing.

Possible Date(s):

Please note that weekends fill fastest and furthest in advance. Please suggest 2 alternative dates as well.


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