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Posted by Michael on October 03, 2000 at 08:42:02:
In Reply to: Possibly moving to Dallas area.... posted by Anja on September 28, 2000 at 10:20:00:
We would love to have you join us. We are a relatively new group and have an emphasis on natural history and native herps (though we include standard herpetoculture, too). I'm the newsletter editor and we produce a monthly newsletter with original articles, including a profile of a "herp of the month". I also chair a conservation & field trips committee, and we've had one field trip so far. We're also beginning a long-term project - a survey of the herps of the Fort Worth Nature Center (a 3500+ acre refuge with multiple types of habitat). We're ready to become even more active as we get more people who want to take an active role. Our president, Steve Campbell, writes for the newsletter, does freshwater aquatic education (in his real job) and is another "field herper". He's working on a survey of the regulations governing the keeping of herps in municipalities in the DFW area.
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: Would like some info on your club. We are currently members of the AZ Herpetological Assn. [snip]