Connecting people with nature in Ontario's Mississippi Valley
Mississippi River at Pakenham

Ontario Nature Network News, April 2014

Do you hear frogs calling in your backyard? If so, we need your help. The Back Yard Frog program aims to track the location of Ontario’s frogs and toads through observations submitted by citizen scientists like you. With this information, we can detect changes in population numbers, distribution and calling dates.

We can also use it to develop range maps for the Ontario Reptile and Amphibian Atlas and to estimate the total population for each species across the province.

Bullfrog donaldson (1024x768)

To learn more about how you can help, click here to reach the Ontario Nature page.

 

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