Attracting & Monitoring Reptiles and Amphibians in Your Wildlife Habitat

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Reptiles and amphibians, collectively called herps, can tell you a lot about the overall health of various ecosystems. Amphibians are considered indicator species because their presence in an ecosystem is dependent upon certain environmental conditions, especially with respect to water quality. Reptiles, such as snakes, play an important role in food chains and are found in a variety of habitats. Join Jeff Popp of the Wildlife Habitat Council for the September Conservation Academy course where you will learn how to increase local populations of reptiles and amphibians by creating habitat for them on your corporate property. This course will also discuss how monitoring herps can be included in your Wildlife Habitat Council certifications.

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