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Posted by Jo ann on February 11, 2001 at 23:28:51:
In Reply to: Desperately seeking volunteers for the NJ Herp Atlas! posted by Robert Sposato on February 06, 2001 at 19:25:50:
: Hi all! This is a letter from Eric Stiles, Senior Zoologist of the NJ Division of Fish and Wildlife's Endangered & Nongame Species Program. Eric is a good friend of the society and really need our help in this years Herp Atlas. If your new to the society and don't know what the Herp Atlas is, check out link on the bottom of Eric's e-mail and I hope to have EVERYONE participate this year! Take care,
: Robert Sposato
: President, NJHS
: (732) 863-5943
: Dear Bob and NJHS:
: I hope all is well with you and the Central NJ Herp Society. We are still desperately seeking volunteers for the NJ Herp Atlas. There are four scheduled upcoming atlas training seminars which might be of interest to your membership:
: February 17 Sewell Township, Gloucester County
: February 24 Galloway Township, Atlantic County
: March 10 Pequest Trout Hatchery, Warren County
: March 24 Lord Stirling Park, Somerset County
: Information on the seminars are listed at our website at www.state.nj.us/dep/fgw/ensphome.htm.
: We have also completed the first edition of a field guide to herps of New Jersey. These downloadable documents can be found at the same address.
: Please pass on this information.
: Many thanks!
: Eric Stiles
Just talked to someone yesterday and I'm trying to get some more friends to help too!!
jo ann, lenny and Laura