Wendy, Amanda and Barb interviewed in article about impacts of roads on amphibian populations

redleggedIn the highly fragmented ecosystems of today, amphibians must cross patches of human development to get between breeding and foraging habitats, none more dangerous than roads with fast moving vehicles. In this article, Michelle Nelson, PhD student at SFU in the Earth2Ocean group and concerned Bowen Island resident spells out the risks that local frogs face, and possible solutions to lessen the impact of human actions and landscapes on these creatures. Read More.


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