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
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