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The Biodiversity Group The Biodiversity Group. The Biodiversity Group provides one of a kind opportunities for individuals to get hands on training and enjoyment through research and photography. Their expeditions and workshops venture into the Ecuadorian Amazon, the Galapagos Islands, the Vietnamese Rainforest, Alamos, Mexico's tropical deciduous forests, and the list of sites continues to grow. Donate your time, old equipment, or money to this wonderful nonprofit conservation group. Founded on education and community outreach, the Biodiversity Group strives to bring the hidden wonders of these threatened habitats out of the shadows, and into the focus of concerned citizens.

Save the Tucson Shovel-nosed Snake Join the cause Save the Tucson Shovel-nosed Snake and spread the word. Donate to the Center for Biological Diversity or simply support the cause. Everyone is welcome, any effort big or small helps.

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CenterforBiologicalDiversity The Center for Biological Diversity drafted the original petition to list the Tucson Shovel-nosed Snake under the Endangered Species Act. The Center continues to champion the cause of this and countless other imperiled species around the world. This page is a great resource for learning more about the Tucson Shovel-nosed snake and the battle to protect it.

FWSsouthwest United States Fish & Wildlife Service Information on the Tucson Shovel-nosed, provided by the US Fish and Wildlife Service. Make sure to contact them, tell them the Tucson Shovel-nosed Snake is a priority to you and your family. Go to the first slide and follow the link to their contact page.

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