North Carolina Partners in Amphibian & Reptile conservation North Carolina Partners in Amphibian & Reptile conservation: NCPARC unifies members from all walks of life under one banner; that of the conservation of amphibians and reptiles and their habitats.



Carolina Herp Atlas

Carolina Herp Atlas:The Carolina Herp Atlas is a project developed by the Davidson College Herpetology Laboratory and Davidson College Information Technology Services. The primary objective of the Carolina Herp Atlas is to provide detailed data on the distribution of reptiles and amphibians of North and South Carolina.




Amphibians and Reptiles Of North Carolina

Amphibians and Reptiles Of North Carolina:A guide to the amphibians and reptiles of North Carolina which includes images and descriptions.





The Box Turtle Connection The Box Turtle Connection: Objectives of The Box Turtle Connection:Gather baseline data on population size and structure for the purpose of long-term monitoring. Engage citizens in scientific data collection. Study how box turtle populations differ across the state. Determine the status of box turtle in NC. Determine factors that limit box turtle populations.


Turtle Rescue Team

Turtle Rescue Team: Turtle Rescue Team is a non-profit organization run by veterinary students at North Carolina State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine.  We provide medical, surgical and husbandry services free of charge in the hope of releasing rehabilitated turtles back into the wild.


The National Box Turtle Conservation Committee

The National Box Turtle Conservation Committee promotes research and education which contributes to the health and survival of wild box turtle populations. To support this goal, the Committee funds the Lucille Stickel Research Award and sponsors box turtle conservation workshops.