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Introduced Reptile Early Detection and Documentation Training

Mcgarrity, Monica E
UF/IFAS Wildlife Ecology and Conservation

The Introduced Reptile Early Detection and Documentation (REDDy) training course will teach you how to deal with non-native lizard and snake sightings—how to identify them, what data to collect, and how to submit an accurate report. Thank you for your interest in completing the training and helping to protect Florida's native wildlife. In order to obtain your REDDy certification, you will need to (1) start and complete the REDDy course, (2) pass the final quiz, and (3) complete a brief feedback survey.

As you complete each portion of the course, the link to the next section will appear below--if you complete a section and the next link does not appear, please refresh your internet browser. After you complete all three sections, a link to will appear at the bottom of the page to allow you to print your personalized certificate showing completion date (this may be required by your employer).

ReDDY course is out of service until further notice.

Cost: free
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