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It is the opinion of HerpersGuide, there exist an extreme importance for conservation within the Herping Community. The information provided on this site and our other media outlets, is intended to be for educational purposes. It is to be used for those who have a true passion and respect for North American Herpetology. This information may be used for general education, wildlife observing and admiration, wildlife photography, herpetological study, or projects that do not result in the permanent capture of reptiles and/or amphibians. HerpersGuide practices a catch and release policy. Animals are captured for study purposes and then are eventually released where they are found. We encourage those who use this site to practice the same.
It is not the intent or desire of HerpersGuide for this information be used for the purpose of expanding anyone’s collection. It is important that all Herpers be diligent in matters of conservation. Animals should be released after study, where they are found, in the condition they were found in. Habitat should be carefully left as found as well. For more on the conservation efforts of HerpersGuide, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org