AMPHIBIAN MONITORING

A Project of Woodland Park Zoo's Living Northwest

 

 

 

Want to get involved?

Amphibian monitoring training is an exciting opportunity to get hands-on experience with amphibian conservation while increasing your connection to local ponds and wetlands and contributing to authentic scientific research. The training for the 2016 season has passed. 

Sign up here to receive more information about participating in 2017!

 

 

 

What are we looking for?

We’re monitoring for eight different species of frogs, toads, and salamanders:

 

Western toad

Rough-skinned newt

Northwestern salamander

Long-toed salamander

Red-legged frog

Pacific treefrog

Oregon spotted frog

American bullfrog Invasive!

 

Where are these amphibians found?

Our teams find frogs and salamanders in ponds and wetlands all over King and Snohomish counties, even in Seattle city limits! Amphibians can be found in ponds and wetlands in local parks, on WDFW lands, in natural areas on college campuses, and in wetland mitigation sites. Here’s where teams found amphibians during the 2015 monitoring season: