Frogs, toads, and hungry trout

In the late 1800s, most high Sierra Nevada lakes were teeming with frogs and toads, but contained virtually no fish. Over the past century, however, the number Read More…

Frog-pile!

These American bullfrogs (Rana catesbeiana) were happy to pose for a quick photo (or perhaps they were just too full to jump away). As noted in an Read More…

The real toad

Amphibians are a very diverse group of vertebrates that live on every continent except Antarctica. Since the mid-1970s drastic population declines of many amphibian species have been Read More…

FROGBIO?!

  Okay, it may be too early for a name change. We catch our share of frogs in aquatic surveys and wetlands monitoring, but this one's particular Read More…