Snakes of the United States Project Noah Mission Update – December 7, 2012

Project Noah Update:

There are now 1168 spottings and 475 members (40 new members this week) to the mission.

We picked up 16 new subspecies and species, also added 1 missed species this week as well.

PN – Snakes of the U.S. – CSC mission Spotting of the week:

Western Coachwhip

The Center for Snake Conservation needs your help to collect distributional data for all wild snakes in the United States.  Please record all snakes including any snakes found dead on a road or elsewhere.

Please include additional information about your spotting that can help us understand a bit more about the snake.  As we collect spottings, we can increase our knowledge about snakes and help educate others that view our photos.  Snakes are often unnecessarily feared and we can help change the human perception through our postings.

Project Noah Update is provided by Lisa Powers.

About Center for Snake Conservation

The Center for Snake Conservation is a non-profit organization for the conservation of all snakes and their natural ecosytems. Our mission is to promote the conservation of snakes and their natural ecosystems and implement positive change in human attitudes towards snakes.

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