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Vermont Reptile and Amphibian Atlas Project

Project Coordinator: Jim Andrews


The Vermont Reptile and Amphibian Atlas Project (VT Herp Atlas) joined forces with VFF in 2008, with herpetologist Jim Andrews continuing as the Atlas Project coordinator. The VT Herp Atlas Project collects and shares data on natural history, distribution, and effective conservation of Vermont’s reptiles and amphibians.


The project encourages Vermont citizens to record and submit observations of reptiles and amphibians. Visit the VT Herp Atlas site for in-depth information about this project, how to get involved, and all kinds of helpful resources for identifying and learning more about Vermont’s reptiles and amphibians.


Photos: Monitoring reptiles and amphibians for the Colby Hill Ecological Project.