September Featured Photo

Photo: @John Curlis Location: Costa Rica Species: Casque-headed Lizard (Corytophanes cristatus) “I got super lucky finding this Corytophanes at La Selva Biological Station in Costa Rica. I was there as a Teaching Assistant for the University of Georgia’s Tropical Ecology in class in May. I was actually trying to get good photos of Yellow-Headed Geckos […]

Orianne’s Newest Employee in the Great Northern Forests

Authored by Kiley Briggs Two of my largest life goals from an early point were to own a home on a property with Mink Frogs (Lithobates septentrionalis) and to have a conservation job in the field of herpetology. Last March I closed on a house in Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom and, though I have yet to […]

Counting Burrows and a Glimpse into a Hidden World

Authored by Houston Chandler Combine a full day of walking in the Georgia sun with ample amounts of sand and sweat and you are halfway to experiencing what a long day sampling for Gopher Tortoise (Gopherus polyphemus) in late summer feels like. Near the end of August, we began surveying suitable habitat patches (sandhills) on […]

SEPTEMBER NEWSLETTER DRAFT

Authored by Brannon Knight The Orianne Indigo Snake Preserve is truly a unique piece of property that we get to work on each day. The preserve alone consists of over 14 natural plant community types and 380 species of plants that have been documented. Out of the 380 species of plants, there are over 22 […]

A Summer with Orianne

Authored by Will Baxter-Bray This summer I’ve had the amazing opportunity to spend close to two months working as a volunteer with the Orianne Society. I’m going into my senior year of high school this Fall, and I’ve been interested in conservation for a while now, so getting a chance to work with one of […]

Preserving an Ecosystem

Authored by Brannon Knight The Orianne Indigo Snake Preserve is truly a unique piece of property that we get to work on each day. The preserve alone consists of over 14 natural plant community types and 380 species of plants that have been documented. Out of the 380 species of plants, there are over 22 […]

Turtle Survival Alliance 2017 Meeting

Authored by Houston Chandler Freshwater turtles and tortoises are one of, if not the most endangered group of vertebrates on the planet. Chelonians across the world have experienced severe population declines because of a variety of factors, including habitat loss and degradation, over collection for human consumption and the pet trade, and increased mortality rates […]

Places You’ve Never Herped 11 is Coming!!

We are pleased to announce our 11th Places You’ve Never Herped (PYNH) event which will take place September 23-24, 2017! We will be surveying sites located approximately 5-10 miles west of Chatanooga within the Tennessee River Gorge. Event participants will get the chance to survey for reptiles and amphibians alongside Orianne staff and our partners […]

Position on Drymarchon couperi reintroduction efforts on Apalachicola Bluffs and Ravines, Florida

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Position on Drymarchon couperi reintroduction efforts on Apalachicola Bluffs and Ravines, Florida

Position on Drymarchon couperi reintroduction efforts on Apalachicola Bluffs and Ravines,Florida