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FWS News highlights Priority Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Areas project

A special feature on Conserving Amphibians highlights a North Atlantic LCC funded project to identify areas that can best sustain threatened species into the future.

The bad news: reptile and amphibian populations are declining the world over, and climate change may be making matters work for particularly vulnerable species. The good news: there is scientific research underway on public lands across the nation to understand the problem, and mitigate the impacts.

The latest issue of Fish and Wildlife Service News highlights some of these efforts, including a North Atlantic LCC project that is identifying the best conservation opportunities for vulnerable species. Read the full feature in US Fish and Wildlife Service news. 

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