Some photos from field-work around the Pacific Northwest.
Releasing the first ever captive bred Oregon spotted frogs with the help of local kids! Spring 2011.
Oregon spotted frog habitat.
Oregon spotted frog radio telemetry, summer 2010.
Grilling up invasive bullfrog legs for breakfast.
Larval enclosure experiment. Summer 2011.
Mark recapture for Oregon spotted frogs. Spring 2013.
Hannah, Isabell, and Rylee identifying wetland plants. Summer 2011.
Robin extreme frog catching in Olympic National Park.
Zach taking water depth in a frigid alpine pond. Mt. Rainier National Park 2013.
Palen lab in the Olympics June 2013.
Morgan and Michelle setting up larval enclosures. Spring 2011.
Hannah, cold but happy! Spring 2012.
Setting up Oregon spotted frog mesocosms to test differences in behavior between captive bred and wild tadpoles in the presence of a predator
We love all amphibians
How do we make enclosures float? Pool noodles of course!
Mark recapture crew for Oregon spotted frog breeding season spring 2012
A chilly day in the slough. Spring 2012.
Listening for bullfrogs in the Fraser Valley
Oregon spotted frog fun at the Greater Vancouver Zoo.