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 THE ORIANNE SOCIETY 2011 SNAKES IN THE SOUTHEAST RESEARCH GRANT

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PostSubject: THE ORIANNE SOCIETY 2011 SNAKES IN THE SOUTHEAST RESEARCH GRANT   Fri 12 Nov - 0:55

THE ORIANNE SOCIETY 2011
SNAKES IN THE SOUTHEAST RESEARCH GRANT


The Orianne Society (formerly Project Orianne) is accepting proposals on projects focused on upland snakes of the Southeast. Proposals may address research, education outreach, conservation, or applied science as they pertain to these species. The amount of the grant will not exceed $8,000.

Proposals should be limited to three pages in length and should include a description of the project, a precise budget, and the curriculum vitae of the Principal Investigator. Individuals, tax exempt organizations, and federal/state government agencies are welcome to apply.

The deadline for proposal submission is 15 December 2010.

The grant award will be announced at the 2011 Southeast Partners in Reptile and Amphibian Conservation (SEPARC) meeting to be held at Lake Tiak O’Khata in Louisville, Mississippi, 17-20 February 2011. The Orianne Society requests that the awardee present the results of their project at the 2012 SEPARC meeting.

Please send submissions electronically to

info@projectorianne.org

with the subject line “Upland Snake Proposal Submission.”

SEPARC is an organization of scientists, naturalists, government agencies, and citizens whom are devoted to the preservation of reptiles, turtles, and amphibians conservation throughout the southeastern United States. This group is a branch of the national PARC organization. SEPARC holds annual meetings that offer a variety of symposium session topics, poster sessions, workshops, task team meetings, and local field trips.

For more information, go to

http://www.separc.org


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