If you are interested in herp conservation, you are welcome to be part of our organization!
If you would like to become a member please send PARCflorida@gmail.com an email with your name, email, location, affiliation (if applicable), and herp interests. There is no cost for membership in Florida PARC. Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation (PARC) is an inclusive partnership dedicated to the conservation of the herpetofauna--reptiles and amphibians--and their habitats. Membership comes from all walks of life and includes individuals from state and federal agencies, conservation organizations, museums, pet trade industry, nature centers, zoos, energy industry, universities, herpetological organizations, research laboratories, forest industries, and environmental consultants. PARC's mission is to conserve amphibians, reptiles and their habitats as integral parts of our ecosystem and culture through proactive and coordinated public/private partnerships.
- a diverse group of like-minded citizens, professionals, and organizations
- an open forum for discussing herpetofaunal conservation
- a national and international conservation network
- a resource for everyone who values herpetofauna and their habitats
- based on local, regional, and national efforts
- an advocate of inclusive reptile and amphibian conservation
PARC is not:
- a competitor
- a funding organization
- a policy maker
PARC is a unique conservation network because:
- PARC includes all reptiles and amphibians
- PARC is habitat focused
- PARC includes all individuals, organizations, and agencies that have an interest in reptile and amphibian conservation
- PARC focuses on endangered and threatened species and keeping common native species common
This website and any products posted herein are officially recognized by the national entity, Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation (PARC), as the efforts of an approved PARC state chapter.This website and any products posted herein are officially recognized by the national entity, Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation (PARC), as the efforts of an approved PARC state chapter.