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Herpetology of Sumner County, Kansas

Click here to view more photos from the 14-16 April 2005 herpetological survey of southern Sumner County, Kansas



Between 14 and 16 April 2005 a group of students and adults conducted the 29th annual survey of amphibians, reptiles, and turtles of southern Sumner County, Kansas. During the survey they documented a total of 381 individual animals representing 21 different species.

Some of those that participated also spent some time studying wildflowers, geology, and other interesting areas of science. Some also visited the Border Queen Museum in historic Caldwell.

Check out the links below for information about past field trips to Caldwell, Kansas as well as general information about Caldwell, Kansas.

Click here to go to the "Earth Day 2004" page and learn about a biological field trip held near Caldwell, Kansas during 2004.

Click here to go to a site featuring the "Border Queen Museum" in Caldwell, Kansas.

Click here to go to the "Chikaskia River" site. The Chikaskia River is located to the east of Caldwell, Kansas.

Click here to go to the "Caldwell, Kansas 67022" site and learn about the famous Ornate Box Turtle.

Click here to read some comments in regard to Caldwell, Kansas and the Ornate Box Turtle. You can add your comments if you desire.

244 Ringneck Snakes were discovered in Sumner County during the 2005 survey.