Many of Wisconsin’s frog species call and breed in spring and early summer.  So what are frogs doing mid-summer after many have completed breeding for the year?  And are any species still breeding? This webinar will discuss the mid-summer habits and habitats of Wisconsin frogs, as well as how to identify them if you see or hear one.

Rori Paloski, WDNR

Recorded July 17, 2020.

Rori Paloski is a Conservation Biologist with the Wisconsin DNR’s Bureau of Natural Heritage Conservation and specializes in amphibians and reptiles, particularly endangered/threatened species. Current work includes surveying/monitoring for cricket frogs, eastern massasauga rattlesnakes, and ornate box turtles; coordinating citizen-based monitoring projects; and conducting biotic inventory herp surveys on state properties.

Wetland Coffee Break: Blanchard’s cricket frog (Acris blanchardi) spring movement ecology in Wisconsin

Join Wisconsin DNR conservation biologist Andrew Badje to hear about how recent results are driving conservation efforts for this species in Wisconsin today.