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CURRENT SWCHR SURVEYS


Our 2017 Reptile and Amphibian Public Opinion Survey is open now through February 15th, 2018. Click Here to begin the survey.

The survey takes 45 minutes or less to complete, and upon completion you will receive a code to enter a drawing for a reptile/amphibian field guide giveaway.

Thank you for your participation and please encourage friends and family to participate--even if they don't like reptiles and amphibians, their opinions are important!


FINAL REPORTS FOR PREVIOUS SWCHR SURVEYS

Special Publication No. 2 2015 Reptile and Amphibian Public Opinion Survey Final Report, Southwestern Center for Herpetological Research, October 2017, 442 pages.

Special Publication No. 12013 Fall Herper Survey Final Report, Southwestern Center for Herpetological Research, January 2015, 514 pages.

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