Tag: amphibians

Creating Microhabitats For Frogs

Creating Microhabitats For Frogs

Amphibian enthusiasts who have cleared the first few hurdles of the hobby, who are comfortable with the ins and outs of general husbandry, are ready [...]
Northern Leopard Frogs Released Into Washington’s Columbia National Wildlife Refuge

Northern Leopard Frogs Released Into Washington’s Columbia National Wildlife Refuge

Hundreds of northern leopard frogs (Rana pipiens) were released back into the wild in Washington’s Columbia National Wildlife Refuge as part of an eff [...]
New Restrictions Proposed On Box Turtles, Native Herps In Virginia

New Restrictions Proposed On Box Turtles, Native Herps In Virginia

The Virginia Department of Wildlife Resources has proposed new restrictions on the keeping of native reptiles and amphibians, and would ban the keepin [...]
The Return of Red-Legged Frogs to Southern California

The Return of Red-Legged Frogs to Southern California

The effort to return California red-legged frogs (Rana draytonii) to Southern California, which has been ongoing by Robert Fisher from the U.S. Geolog [...]
50 of 400 Endangered Pickersgill’s Reed Frogs Released In South Africa

50 of 400 Endangered Pickersgill’s Reed Frogs Released In South Africa

Approximately 50 of 400 Pickersgill’s reed frogs were released into South Africa’s Buffeldraai, KwaZulu-Natal earlier this week. The release, which wa [...]
More Than 700 One-Year-Old Wyoming Toads Released Into The Wild

More Than 700 One-Year-Old Wyoming Toads Released Into The Wild

The Wyoming toad, (Bufo baxteri) thought to have gone extinct in the wild in 1985, has made tremendous strides since a captive breeding effort began a [...]
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