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For information on ordering herp books, contact:
Mae Colcord
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Bureau of Natural Heritage Conservation

The amphibians & reptiles of Wisconsin

Proceeds from book sales help keep these books in stock and allow us to produce additional high-quality resources for our customers. Your support of the amphibian and reptile education program is very much appreciated. We hope the books you purchase will help increase your appreciation for Wisconsin's wonderful and diverse nongame wildlife.

Purchase a set of three for $10.00. Discounts apply for large quantity purchases (see order form). Complete and mail the order form [PDF].

Snakes of Wisconsin - $3.00

  • Snakes of WisconsinThe Snakes of Wisconsin is a 32-page full-color guide of the 20 snakes that live in the state. The book includes a lengthy introduction section, individual species accounts with range maps, a user-friendly identification pie-chart key and over 30 beautiful photographs.

Amphibians of Wisconsin - $4.00

  • Amphibians of WisconsinThe Amphibians of Wisconsin is a 44-page full-color guide of the 19 frogs and salamanders that are native to the state. The book has a very informative introduction section, a breeding calendar, species accounts with range maps, a user-friendly identification pie-chart key and 49 beautiful photographs.

Turtles and Lizards of Wisconsin - $4.00

  • Turtles and Lizards of WisconsinThe Turtles and Lizards of Wisconsin is a 48-page full-color guide of the 12 turtles and 4 lizards that call Wisconsin home. The book contains two informative introduction sections, species accounts with range maps, two user-friendly identification pie-chart key and 60 great photographs.

Last revised: Wednesday November 18 2015