Thursday, March 24th from 6 to 7:30 pm
Online: Zoom Link
We are excited to be joining up with the Mad River Valley Libraries and the North Branch Nature Center to offer an online introduction to amphibian conservation and amphibian road crossing training for the second year in a row.
Salamanders and frogs migrate by the thousands from forests to wetlands each spring, often crossing roads at great peril. These seldom-seen amphibians radiate charisma, inspiration, and moxie on even the rainiest spring nights. And they need our help!
Join North Branch Nature Center biologist Pete Kerby-Miller for an evening program featuring local amphibian ecology. Then learn how you can participate in the Amphibian Road Crossing community science project. 🐸 Each spring, local volunteers rescue thousands of amphibians and collect important migration data used by town planners and ecologists. Join our team of amphibian “crossing guards” this spring!
Register below to volunteer and get notified when we host a pop-up monitoring event this Spring. All three MRV Libraries also have free ARC kits to loan with all of the supplies you will need to help our amphibian friends. NBNC volunteer link.
This event sponsored by Friends of the Mad River, Joslin Memorial Library, Moretown Library, Warren Library, and North Branch Nature Center.
Questions? Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and learn more by visiting northbranchnaturecenter.org/amphibian-conservation