The British Herpetological Society is a Full Partner of the ASA.
Mission: The Society’s publications, specialist committees, conferences and advocacy efforts actively support: amphibian and reptile conservation activities targeted at native British species; field studies and conservation management worldwide; scientific research; responsible captive breeding and maintenance of reptile and amphibian species; exchange of knowledge and expertise between enthusiasts and herpetologists in the UK and around the world; grants supporting purchase of land as herpetofauna reserves in the UK.
The British Herpetological Society is an active Alliance Partner working in the following areas:
Threatened species (nationally/globally)
Sites containing threatened species
Outreach campaigns for amphibians
Education programs on amphibians
Amphibian trade related issues
Climate change issues relating to amphibians
Policy issues relating to amphibians
Captive breeding of amphibians
Reintroduction of amphibians or threatened species
Taxonomy and systematics
Species conservation strategies
Amphibian surveys and monitoring