Led by Mike Aurelia & John Anderson, this workshop will give participants the knowledge to identify our local amphibians as adults, larvae, and eggs in the field and in the classroom. Identification of these animals will be based on physical characteristics as well as by calls. Instruction on how to locate and identify vernal pools and collect data for inventories and monitoring will also be covered. There will be classroom instruction and time in the field to study vernal pools.
To register go to our Workshops page. For more information/change of date due to weather, please go to our website at www.atonforest.org or visit us on Facebook (search Aton Forest). You may also contact us at (860)542-5125 or email@example.com.
Workshops limited to 16 participants. Registration and payment required in advance. Continuing Education Units will be available if requested at least a week in advance. Please contact Aton forest for more information.
Refreshments provided; bring a bag lunch if you wish.