February 1, Devine Lake, 6:05-7:05pm. Beth Duncan conducts an Amphibian Watch each month at Devine Lake. Amphibian monitoring consists of collecting some environmental data, identifying frog and toad species by sight or their calls, estimating their abundance level, and obtaining photographs and/or recordings, if possible. Teams typically meet at sunset and monitor for an hour. Please notify Beth at email@example.com that you are coming so that she can wait for you.
February 15, 6:20-7:20pm. Kathy McCormack from the Capital Area Master Naturalists conducts an Amphiibian Watch each month at Berry Springs Park. Starting time is at sunset. Meeting place is the upper parking lot by the restrooms. We will walk to different areas in the park, listening and looking for amphibians. Bring a flashlight, and although they’re not required, you may also want to wear boots or shoes that can get wet. Please notify Kathy at firstname.lastname@example.org that you are coming so that she can wait for you.
Record these hours at FR:Amphibian Watch TMN Field Research Hours.