At the 2013 joint meeting of the Canadian Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Network (CARCNET) and
the Canadian Association of Herpetologists (CAH) a motion was passed to merge CAH with CARCNET and
to change the name of the organization from CARCNET to the Canadian Herpetology Society (CHS).
The CHS website is in development; when it is launched, notice will be given on this site and via
email to the members. In the interim, news and events will continue to be announced through the
CARCNET webpage. The constitution of the Canadian Herpetological Society can be found through the
This Web Site:
Will tell you about our organization, how you can join, our annual meeting, and the
following information about reptiles and amphibians in Canada:
||Identification, distribution, natural history and conservation of Canada's
frogs, salamanders, lizards, turtles and snakes
||The species found in your province or anywhere else in Canada
||Research, monitoring and conservation of amphibians and reptiles and how you can
||A quiz to test your identification skills
Fall Edition of the Canadian Herpetologist
Find it here.
The Canadian Society of Ecology & Evolution (CSEE), the Canadian Society of Zoology (CSZ),
and the Society of Canadian Limnologists (SCL) are holding a joint meeting in Montreal in May.
For more information, visit our announcements page.