Project Goal:  
To identify road locations with the highest incidence of amphibian and reptile crossings where cautionary ‘wildlife crossing’ signage needs to be erected and to increase awareness and understanding of the amphibian and reptile populations of Haldimand County.

Participants:  in the first year of our project, multi-generational volunteers are monitoring 18 walking routes, 10 biking routes and 25 commuting routes across Haldimand County

Reporting:  participants use the Haldimand SCRAMBLE app on their mobile devices and/or desktop computers to report their sightings of amphibians and reptiles (alive, injured or dead)  within Haldimand road rights-of-way. 

Support:  The first year of the project is funded by Service Canada's New Horizons for Seniors Program and is lead by senior members of Haldimand Stewardship Council.  Expert support is provided in-kind by the Ministry of Natural Resources & Forestry and Hobbitstee Wildlife Refuge.


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