New Timesheet System

Yesterday we launched a new timesheet system on PARS. The new system should be easier and less complicated for volunteers. The new system will eliminate the need to sign and submit separate timesheets on a monthly basis. Instead, volunteer hour timesheet submissions are embedded in the “Add Record” form and an e-signature is applied for […]

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Upcoming Events – Spring 2015

For some exciting new scheduled events coming up for PARS for the year. Open to the public and volunteers, join us for our PARS Introductory Presentation, PARS Workshops and Herp Walks. We hope to see you there. March 7, 7:00 p.m. – Swamp Tromp in the Moonlight, Bucks County Heritage Conservancy Preserved Property in Quakertown […]

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PARC Newsletter, MACHAC/PARS Featured

See the August edition of the Year of The Salamander from PARC. MACHAC President Brandon Ruhe was the August organizer for the newsletter and wrote the newsletter for PARC with contributions from the PARS team, Mary Beth Kolzsvary PARC YoSAL coordinator, and editing and organization by the PARC Year of the Salamander editorial committee. Download […]

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WHFF 90.5fm PARS Interview

PARS volunteer John Jose discusses the Pennsylvania Amphibians and Reptile Survey (PARS) on WHFF 90.5fm Saturday morning shows, “Farm and Country”. John’s interview starts at the 18 minute marker. Listen/Download Thanks John for your volunteer efforts and for doing a great interview for PARS.

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Mobile App is Here

We are pleased to announce the release of the mobile app created by mobile mapper to work with PAHERP. The mobile app will allow you to take records in the field and sync them to the database. Members will be able to access the mobile page to find the download links for Apple and Android […]

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Surveying PA’s amphibians and reptile via riverreporter.com

July 2, 2013 — All of the reptiles and amphibians identified last weekend during the first Upper Delaware BioBlitz (www.UpperDelawareBioBlitz.com) will have the double honor of being counted twice, first as residents of the Norcross Wildlife Foundation’s property in Starlight, PA, and also in the recently launched Pennsylvania Amphibian and Reptile Survey (PARS). The Mid-Atlantic […]

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PARS Launches

The Mid-Atlantic Center for Herpetology and Conservation is pleased to announce the launch of the Pennsylvania Amphibian & Reptile Survey (abbreviated as PARS), a new amphibian and reptile atlas created through a partnership with the Pennsylvania Fish & Boat Commission. This ten-year project (2013-2022) is calling on Pennsylvania’s naturalists, amateur and professional herpetologists, and nature […]

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