3rd Ohio Reptile Research & Conservation Conference
Sponsored by the Ohio Division of Wildlife and The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium
Saturday, March 8, 2014
Ohio Historical Society Center, Columbus, Ohio



About the conference

The Ohio Reptile Research & Conservation Conference is a quadrennial event, alternating with an amphibian-themed conference also held every four years.  The conferences are one-day events and are meant to bring together everyone in the state with an interest in the ecology and conservation of Ohio's herpetofauna, from professional biologists to amateur naturalists and students.  The program and abstract from the 2010 reptile conference are available here; the 2012 amphibian program is available here.  Financial support for these conferences comes from the Ohio Division of Wildlife and the Columbus Zoo.

Thank you to all who participated in the conference!