Race to save rare California frog beats coronavirus lockdown

By: Nguyen D; April 09, 2020
This week in the Los Angeles Times, ARMI biologists and Mexican biologists are highlighted in their effort to translocate eggmasses of the endangered California Red-legged Frog from San Pedro Martir range to the Santa Rosa Plateau and Santa Ana Mountains.
Full article is available here: www.latimes.com/environment/story/2020-04-09/scientists-beat-coronavirus-lockdown-to-save-rare-california-frog

The official press release by the The San Diego Natural History Museum also covers this project (in which they play an important role): www.sdnhm.org/pressroom/pressroom_details/california-red-legged-frogs-returned-to-historic-range-in-southern-california/37/

We also earned a spot on the USGS Facebook page which can be seen here: www.facebook.com/USGeologicalSurvey/posts/3034689379910358

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