The DNR's Nongame Wildlife Program is sponsoring an ongoing state-wide study of Minnesota's frogs and toads. Since 1996, volunteers across Minnesota have collected data by listening to and identifying frog and toad species on specified 10-stop routes. The results of this ongoing study will provide information on where species are located throughout the state, and how their populations change in abundance and distribution.
Spring is here and it is that time of year! If you would like to get out and enjoy nature at it’s best, join the team and sign up for your own frog and toad calling route! We are excited to have a new format this year for you to sign up and learn more. Please take a look at the following tips to get started. We look forward to a wonderful season of calling! We hope that you will consider volunteering for the 2016 MN Frog and Toad Calling Survey!
Open routes will have a blue star symbol. Select a route on the map by clicking on a blue star. The stops and the route description will become visible.
For additional information contact:
500 Lafayette Rd. St. Paul, MN 55155