The Herps of
Living With Herps
Easy Herp Monitoring
Herps as Pets
General Herp Info
Suggested Reading and Bibliography
About Me and Contact Info
There is a wealth of herp-related websites out
there. Check 'em out.
Forest Nature Center Homepage: The Hixon Forest Nature Center
is a non-profit organization located in LaCrosse, WI. that educates the
general public about the natural world through the help of volunteers, like
you! They offer wonderful opportunities for both young and old to
learn about nature.
here to visit their website or become a member!
Temperature Converter: Indiana
University has this handy little tool online. You can convert any sort
of temperature reading to a different form and then back again. For
example, you can convert Celsius to Fahrenheit and then Fahrenheit back to Celsius
with the click of a button.
about Amphibians and Reptiles in the Upper Midwest:
Farm Ponds as Critical
Habitats for Amphibians: This is the website for the project
that my thesis research was part of. Definitely check it out!
Lots of good info on how amphibians use artificially constructed farm ponds
as habitats. Also PDF versions of many of the studies outputs
(posters, reports, etc.)
Geographic Distribution Maps: This is a great resource for
finding out exactly where specific amphibians live throughout the entire
US. Presented on Ball State University's Website, it is an invaluable
source of information. Definitely check this one out!
Herp. Webpages For the
Center for North American Herpetology: This is a web portal with an
incredible amount of herp-related information that is a little more
technical. However, don't be turned-off, there's still great
information here that everyone can enjoy.