SALISBURY — For the second year in a row, those who keep an eye on Vermont’s reptiles and amphibians are hoping the public will help make up for a dip in federal funding.

James Andrews, of The Vermont Reptile and Amphibian Atlas, said Monday his small organization gets most of its funding through private foundations, individuals, and grants from the state and federal government.

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