Twenty-Fourth Annual Tennessee Herpetology Conference
Lichterman Nature Center
September 27-28, 2018
September 27th & 28th (Thursday - Friday)
To foster an understanding of the past, present, and future of Tennessee herpetology and herpetofauna; to encourage communication between persons researching and managing our amphibians and reptiles; and to help identify needs and goals to benefit the conservation of our herpetofauna and their habitats.
Who Should Attend
All persons interested in Tennessee herpetology and herpetofauna, including academicians, students, resource managers, zoo and aquarium personnel and the general public.
Registration form can be found here.
Professional - $35 (This will be $40 if registering at the door)
Student - $15
Professional - $15
Student - $10
You may also mail your membership and registration fees to our Treasurer Chris Ogle at the address below. You do have the option of paying all meeting and membership fees the day of the meeting.
Chris Ogle, Treasurer
Tennessee Herpetological Society
c/o TWRA 3030 Wildlife WayM
Morristown, TN 37814
A catered dinner will be served, Thursday night before the Auction.
$15 Single Meal ticket, ($8 for students). Vegetarian options will be available). NOTE: RSVP – Please let us know if you will join us for the meal and if you prefer the vegetarian option. We need to have a good idea of the number attending before the meeting. Thank you.
This year we will be ordering a build your own BBQ buffet style dinner that includes choices of pulled BBQ pork, pulled BBQ chicken, coleslaw, baked beans, collard, greens, etc. Drink options will include tea and water.
Pulled BBQ Pork
An auction will be held Thursday after dinner. Please bring your herpetology related items (shirts, field guides, posters, etc.) & anything else worthy for donation to this scholarship award fundraiser.
Each year a field trip is offered to our members upon conclusion of the annual meeting. Occasionally, tours are offered by our local hosts. The location of the field trip has yet to be determined, but will take place at a local area state natural area or state park within a short distance of the university.
For additional information about the conference, please email or phone:
Tennessee Herpetological Society, President