In 2006, the Herpetological Conservation & Biology journal was started to offer a place for manuscripts in the field "that were descriptive or natural history oriented." This journal publishes original peer-reviewed research, reviews, and perspectives on the "ecology, natural history, management, and conservation biology of amphibians and reptiles." Recent articles have included "Population decline in Grassland Earless Lizards" and "Invasive shrub benefits a Sri Lankan lizard." Visitors can click on the Volumes tab to look over all of the past issues and search the entire archive here as well. The Photo Gallery is a real treat, featuring dozens of photos submitted by the editors and other users. Finally, visitors can also learn about how to submit material for possible publication, along with signing up for email updates.