The Picampall Association had a successful Save The Frogs Day event on April 8th, 2017 with the help of the Municipality of I’Ampolla. The event consisted of an informational talk about amphibians in the Mediterranean zone and then a night tour of ponds on Picampall’s ornithological preserve.

Spain Tarragona Muncipality of IAmpolla fieldwork
Group of participants observing amphibians in Picampall's nature preserve. 

Spain Tarragona Muncipality of IAmpolla partcipants
Save The Frogs Day participants looking for frogs during the night pond tour. 

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