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Amphibian Conservation Alliance - A non-profit organization working to conserve amphibians worldwide through a variety of research, education, and advocacy programs.

The Herpetological Conservation Trust - A UK registered charity dedicated to the conservation of Reptiles & Amphibians.

Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation - Working to conserve amphibians and reptiles by promoting research, sound habitat management, and educating the public.

Guyana Marine Turtle Conservation Society - Information on marine turtles and the societies objectives and current projects.

Swiss Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Programme - A task force to promote, implement and coordinate efforts to conserve the native amphibian and reptile fauna, which is protected by law since 1967.

California Tiger Salamander Conservation - Understanding how populations are affected by urbanization is an important issue in amphibian conservation planning. Ambystoma californiense have been studied by the Center for Conservation Biology at Stanford University since 1993 in order to assess threats to the population in a highly modified landscape.

British Chelonia Group - A charity dedicated to the preservation and conservation of Tortoises, Turtles and Terrapins.

California Legless Lizard - Studies of the microhabitats and home-range of Anniella pulchra at Moss Landing, CA, the largest and densest population of legless lizards known.

Crocodile Specialist Group - Dedicated to conserving alligators, caimans, crocodiles and gharials and returning them to former abundance. The site contains CSG programs, newsletters, an action plan for crocodilian conservation, and a Photo Gallery.

Amphibians and Reptiles in the UK - Contains information on reptile and amphibian species native to the UK, and practical tips on how to help conserve them.

Declining Amphibian Populations Task Force - Based at the Open University Ecology and Conservation Research Group and operate under the umbrella of the IUCN Species Survival Commission. The mission of the DAPTF is to determine the nature, extent and causes of declines of amphibians throughout the world, and to promote means by which declines can be halted or reversed.

Horned Lizard Conservation Society - Devoted to discovering why the Texas Horned Lizard has declined in numbers so dramatically in recent years, and what can be done to reverse the process.

The Horned Lizard Conservation Society - A non-profit organization dedicated to the appreciation, study and conservation of the various species of Horned Lizards.

North American Amphibian Monitoring Program - Part of a global effort to study and conserve amphibians.

Triturus - Information on the growth, habitats and conservation of newts of the genus Triturus.

The Action Plan for Australian Reptiles - Action plans for individual species and information on recovery programmes.

The Action Plan for Australian Frogs - Commissioned to gain an overview of the current conservation status of Australia's frog species, to investigate the possible causes of decline and to determine the actions needed to prevent further losses and to reverse current declines.

AmphibiaWeb - Allows free access to information on amphibian biology and conservation.

The Antiguan Racer Conservation Project - Give information about the racer snake, Alsophis antiguae, it's location and the work being undertaken to protect it.

Gopher Tortoise Council - Group that works toward the conservation and education about the gopher tortoise (Gopherus polyphemus). General information about the tortoise, conservation and education efforts, and publications are available.

West Indian Iguana Specialist Group - This group works to study and conserve West Indian iguanas (Cyclura and Iguana), which are among the most endangered lizards in the world, and their habitats. It includes data on each species' habitat, current status, estimated population size, threats, conservation activities, and reports.

Amphibian Information Website - Searchable databases of literature references, researchers, and web sites dealing with amphibian conservation. The references database contain data only for USA.

Proyecto Coquí - Information on the herpetofauna of Puerto Rico, and the research, education and conservation efforts of Eleutherodactylus spp. in particular. In English and Spanish.

Turtle Conservation Unit - General information about this unit, which is responsible for research on turtle conservation in Malaysia.

Amphibians of Canada - Amphibians of Canada are examined in the light of conservation, life history, and habitats.

Vernal Pool Conservation - The vernal pools of Californias Central Valley support four species of native amphibians. This scientific paper suggests that pool duration should be given consideration when planning vernal pool preserves and wetland restoration projects.

Amphibians and Reptiles in Great Lakes Wetlands. - An overview of the threats and conservation of amphibians and reptiles in the Great Lakes Wetlands. It also has information on the value and threats of wetlands in general.

Canadian Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Network - A collection of professionals and amateurs devoted to studying, monitoring and conserving amphibians and reptiles in Canada.

World Chelonian Trust - Dedicated to the care and conservation of Turtles and Tortoises. Care sheets, conservation data and membership information are given.