The Field Herping Guide

Finding Amphibians and Reptiles in the Wild

Title Details

Pages: 264



Pub Date: 06/01/2019

ISBN: 9-780-8203-5458-3

List Price: $26.95

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Published with the generous support of Wormsloe Foundation Nature Books

The Field Herping Guide

Finding Amphibians and Reptiles in the Wild

A useful herping guide for amateur and professional wildlife enthusiasts

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  • Reviews
The Field Herping Guide by Pingleton and Holbrook is a refreshing response to the widespread and burgeoning interest in herpetology among all age groups. As the best practical how-to guide yet written for discovering and enjoying reptiles and amphibians in their natural settings, the book will enhance the enjoyment of herp enthusiasts and bolster conservation efforts at many levels. The personal experiences of the authors coupled with down-to-earth presentations of where and when to find these fascinating creatures in the wild will inspire any promising herpetologist to take the next step to enjoy them. This well-written book provides useful herpetological information for hobbyists, professionals, and casual observers alike.

—Whit Gibbons, author of Snakes of the Southeast

About the Author/Editor

Mike Pingleton (Author)
MIKE PINGLETON is the author of The Redfoot Manual, a how-to book concerning the care and conservation of the South American red-footed tortoise. He has also written for Herp Nation and his field herping blog at Pingleton has served on the board of directors for the World Chelonian Trust and is an administrative project manager for HerpMapper (, a global data collection project powered by citizen science.

Joshua Holbrook (Author)
JOSHUA HOLBROOK teaches herpetology at Montreat College and is the author of A Field Guide to the Snakes of Southern Florida. He has also written for Herp Nation and such scientific publications as Freshwater Biology, IRCF Reptiles & Amphibians, and the Herpetological Review.