2020 End-of-Season Celebration!

Woodland Park Zoo’s Amphibian Monitoring Community Science Program
2020 Report & Celebration

Tuesday, September 29 from 4:30 - 5:30 p.m. Seattle time (online)

Please join Woodland Park Zoo staff and community science volunteers to hear about our 2020 Amphibian Monitoring season.

Since 2012, WPZ has recruited, trained and coordinated community members each year to collect data on amphibian egg masses throughout King and Snohomish counties. The WDFW-developed data collection protocol focuses on presence/absence data on egg masses of eight amphibian species in wetlands throughout western Washington State. The eight species include: western toad, rough-skinned newt, northwestern salamander, long-toed salamander, northern red-legged frog, Pacific tree frog, Oregon spotted frog, and American bullfrog (non-native).

As you can imagine, 2020 was an unusual season for us, but we are excited about the observations we made of amphibians in local wetlands despite the challenges. Join us to hear about our successes and to learn how to get involved!

If you'd like to join and need further details, please email monitoring@zoo.org

  • Katie, Woodland Park Zoo

Posted by karorem karorem, September 22, 2020 15:36

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