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Citizen Science Makes a Difference
Frogs, toads and salamanders are disappearing around the world. Even though there's proof of world-wide declines in amphibian populations, funding to monitor amphibian populations is extremely low. Amphibians tend to be the forgotten child of the wildlife world, since they are so good at hiding from us, they aren't hunted like elk or deer, and they're not fuzzy and classically cute like ferrets or pygmy rabbits.
...& You Help Make it Happen!
Citizen scientists like you are helping by tracking their whereabouts in the Rocky Mountain region! This ongoing citizen science activity has been gathering data, changing the way we understand the Moose that live in our area, and building commmunity among the dozens of participants that join us each season!
Please Help Support Programs Like The Rocky Mountain Amphibian Project Today!
If you have participated, or are interested in citizen science projects like the Rocky Mountain Amphibian Project, please consider supporting the Biodiversity Institute finacially.
Your donation or steward or associate level membership supports these vital citizen science programs, as well as the many events, lectures, movies, workshops and other activities put together every year by the Biodiversity Institute!
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