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Canadian Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Network - Réseau Canadien de Conservation des Amphibiens et des Reptiles

Membership Information

Join Us! Receive our newsletter, and keep up with Reptile and Amphibian Conservation in Canada!

Why a Membership Fee? | Membership Benefits | Our Newsletter | How to Join 

Why a Membership Fee?

  • This is an active organization. Each of the board members gives their time freely to make this a great organization. To date, CARCNET has managed to conduct its activities without asking individuals to provide any monetary support. However, in order to be a more self-sufficient conservation group, our board of directors has chosen to establish a membership base.  
  • Membership fees will help to further our goals of promoting research on reptiles and amphibians.  
  • From the membership fee, $2 from the student membership and $4 from the non-student membership will be set aside in a fund for a student award for the best paper presented at our annual meeting.  Please see our Awards page for more information.
  • Your membership will also support the publication and mailing of our newsletter The Boreal Dip Net which provides information about herpetology and reptile and amphibian conservation in Canada.
  • Our membership fee is only $10 for students and $20 for non-students.

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Membership Benefits:

  • Newsletter: As a member you will receive our newsletter titled The Boreal Dip Net.  Please contact us if you are interested in contributing an article to the Boreal Dip Net. 

    Feel free to take a look at our one of our previous newsletters, download as a pdf file.  
    The Boreal Dip Net - Winter 2000 
    (You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader - Download Adobe)

  • Annual Meeting: With membership you will get a significant discount for the registration to our annual meeting, and for our t-shirts. 

  • Registered Charity: We have been in existence as registered charity (Charitable Reg. No. 88078-1562-RR0001) since 1997.

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How to Join:
Please fill out the online form below or print off and send, along with your membership fee ($10 for  students and $20 for non-students), to our treasurer:

Bruce Pauli / CARCN Wildlife Biologist
Canadian Wildlife Service
National Wildlife Research Centre
Carleton University
Raven Road
Ottawa, ON, K1A OH3
Telephone: 613-998-6690
Fax: 613-998-0458
E-mail: [email protected]

Please make cheques or money orders payable to "CARCN/RCCAR".  

Online Membership Form:


Yes, include me as a member of the Canadian Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Network / Réseau Canadien de Conservation des Amphibiens et des Reptiles.
Membership fees:   $10 (Students)   $20 (Non-Students)

Name:
Mailing Address:
Phone number:
Fax number:
Email Address:
Preferred Method of Communication: Snail-mail
E-mail
Area of Interest in Herpetology:

Please make cheques or money orders payable to "CARCN/RCCAR" and send to:
Bruce Pauli / CARCN
Wildlife Biologist
Canadian Wildlife Service
National Wildlife Research Centre
Carleton University
Raven Road
Ottawa, ON, K1A OH3

Yes, I wish to donate to the on-going work of the Canadian Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Network / Réseau Canadien de Conservation des Amphibiens et des Reptiles, including the IUCN/SSC Task Force on Declining Amphibian Populations in Canada (DAPCAN) in the amount of:
$25       $50       $100       $500       Other (Please specify)

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