3rd Ohio Amphibian Research & Conservation Conference
Saturday, March 12, 2016
Ohio Historical Society Center, Columbus, Ohio (map)


Thanks to everyone who participated in the conference!

About the conference
The Ohio Amphibian Research & Conservation Conference is a quadrennial event, alternating with a reptile-themed conference also held every four years.  The conferences are one-day events and are meant to bring together everyone in the state with an interest in the ecology and conservation of Ohio's herpetofauna, from professional biologists to amateur naturalists and students.  View the programs and abstracts from the 2008 and 2012 amphibian conferences, as well as the 2006, 2010, and 2014 reptile conferences.  Financial support for past conferences has come from the Ohio Division of Wildlife and the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium.

Those who wish to present a poster relevant to the conference theme can do so through the registration website. Space may be limited for posters, so please register early.

Get Involved!
New to this year's conference is the 'Round-the-Room Updates prior to lunch.  In response to feedback from previous conferences, this time slot will provide YOU with an opportunity to share any updates or announcements on herp happenings at your organization or in your area (more...

We are excited to announce at this conference the formation of an Ohio chapter of Partners in Amphibian & Reptile Conservation (PARC) (more...)