Re-Frogging America: the wetland we built in Shingle Springs

On October 14th we built a 72′ x 36′ wetland for endangered California Red-Legged Frogs on private property in Shingle Springs, CA (near Sacramento). Building wetlands on private land is a fantastic way to provide habitat for amphibians and outdoor play areas for children, while educating the local community about the value of wetlands and wildlife. … Continue reading Re-Frogging America: the wetland we built in Shingle Springs

Re-Frogging America: Stage One

Last week SAVE THE FROGS! spent five amazing days in California’s Eldorado National Forest building wetlands for our official state amphibian, the endangered California Red-Legged Frog with members of the US Forest Service, US Fish & Wildlife Service, Bureau of Land Management, National Park Service, Trout Unlimited, Center for Wetland & Stream Restoration. Together we built six wetlands … Continue reading Re-Frogging America: Stage One