Rocky Mountain Amphibian Project
Help us track frogs, toads, and salamanders as a volunteer for the Rocky Mountain Amphibian Project this summer! Volunteers can adopt a catchment (a set of ponds and streams) in the Bridger-Teton, Medicine Bow, or Routt National Forests. Sign up to adopt a catchment in the closest national forest to you by May 15!
Volunteers will survey their catchments once or twice from June-August to record the toads, frogs, and salamanders they find. In-person or online training is required, and all necessary supplies for the surveys will be provided. Registration opens May 3rd!Sign up at https://www.wyobiodiversity.org/index.php/community-science/rocky-mountain-amphibian-project/adopt-catchment