Reptile and Amphibian Advocacy


Reptile and Amphibian Advocacy

Contributing to the conservation of Ontario's herpetofauna

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About The Project..

The Reptile and Amphibian Advocacy project was founded in 2015 to help contribute to the conservation of native reptiles and amphibians in Ontario, Canada. 


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How We're Helping..

Outreach Education

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Outreach Education is known to be one of the strongest tools in conservation.


By educating the public and giving them a connection to the natural world, they will in return want to save it! Many people are simply unaware of the threats that native wildlife face. Once informed, most are willing to help. Whether it is someone holding a snake for their first time or simply learning about local species, education is the foundation for successful conservation.   

Social Media

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In today's day and age, social media is a daily part of most people's life.


 It is a great tool for education and can reach huge audiences! Be sure to follow our Facebook page for the most recent articles and latest news on reptile and amphibian conservation in Ontario!

Research

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Research helps us better understand species, in order to better conserve them.


We are currently involved in several research projects within Ontario. A couple of these include monitoring turtle populations in the Rideau Canal and SAR surveys in Georgian Bay. 


We collaborate on these projects with some of the provinces leading conservation organizations! Learn more here.

Upcoming Events..

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