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Sara Steiner, NHDES - 603 271-2658
Michael Marchand, NHFG - 603 271-2461
April 25, 2014

Free Talk on NH Fish and Game Reptile and Amphibian Reporting Program

Citizen Science Lecture Series: May 7, 2014, in Concord

Eastern newt - Mike Marchand photoCONCORD, N.H. --The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department’s Reptile and Amphibian Reporting Program (RAARP) will be the topic of a spring Citizen Science lecture on May 7, 2014, from 6 to 7 pm at the NH Fish and Game Department in Concord (11 Hazen Drive). Fish and Game Wildlife Biologist Michael Marchand will summarize the reptiles and amphibians that are found in New Hampshire and discuss how citizens can become involved in tracking their distribution and abundance.

The talk is part of the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services’ Jody Connor Limnology Center (JCLC) Citizen Science Lecture Series. This series aims to provide citizen scientists with current information in the fields of limnology, biology, ecology, wildlife, and environmental science. New Hampshire supports a large network of citizen scientists through various organizations. The goal is to reach across organizations and bring together citizen scientists to learn, discuss and share experiences. The 2014 series includes one lecture in the spring, summer, fall and winter in different areas of the state. 

If you have any questions about this program or would like to receive future announcements about the citizen science lecture series, please contact Sara Steiner, Volunteer Lake Assessment Program Coordinator, at or (603) 271-2658.

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