Minnesota Turtle Crossing Tally and Count
This collaborative project uses HerpMapper and its mobile app to document and monitor turtle crossing and mortality hotspots with the specific goal of implementing data-driven mitigation strategies to help conserve Minnesota's turtles and other small species of wildlife.
- Minnesota Herpetological Society
- Minnesota Dept. of Natural Resources - Nongame Wildlife Program
- Minnesota Department of Transportation
- Three Rivers Park District
- Washington County Parks
- Washington Conservation District
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State Atlases / Mapping Projects
State Agency Partnerships
HerpMapper already has several agencies on board and using HerpMapper data to direct herpetofaunal conservation. Here is a current list of HerpMapper Data Partners. Do not see your conservation agency listed? Let them know about HerpMapper (Flyers: English, Spanish, German, Chinese) or shoot us a message with your recommendation.
The Orianne Society
HerpMapper and The Orianne Society are continuing to discuss increased collaborative opportunities to promote citizen science and expand its conservation and research potential. Recently, HerpMapper Project Administrators met with Team Orianne at one of their preserves in Georgia, here are some highlights from that trip. This collaborative endeavor is still in its early stages, so please stay tuned for updates!
Even more in the works...
The HerpMapper Team is working hard behind the scenes to establish exciting new projects and collaborations.
HerpMapper is seeking ideas for expanding existing projects, ideas for new projects, and ideas for ways to better collaborate with existing initiatives. Please send ideas or letters of interest to: [email protected]