April 2014 Meeting

April 15 at 7:15 PM

Location: Recital Hall
Pima Community College West Campus
2202 W. Anklam Rd.

Speaker: Philip A. Medica, Biologist/Herpetologist USGS Emeritus

Herpetological Studies in Nevada: A Review of the Herps of Nevada and Desert Tortoise Ecology

Dinner at Bianchi’s Pizza, 1110 N. Silverbell -­‐ NE corner of  Silverbell and Speedway.

Phone: 520-­‐882-­‐8500.

Roger will be there from 5:00 -­‐ 6:20 PM

Then take either Greasewood or Silverbell-­‐St Mary’s-­‐ Anklam to PCC

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Sonoran Herpetologist

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March 2014

Vol. 27 | No. 1

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Who We Are: The Tucson Herpetological Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to the conservation, education and research of the amphibians and reptiles found in Arizona and Mexico. What began as a small group meeting on December 29th, 1987 has grown into large scale member based organization with a wealth of knowledge and research. If you’d like to learn even more about us, Click Here!


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