Boardman Watershed Frog and Toad Survey Data Sheets and Reports

 

The Michigan Frog and Toad Survey as described by The Michigan DNR, Wildlife Division-Natural Heritage Program:
” Michigan is home to 13 native species of anurans (frogs and toads). There is concern about the apparent declines and other population changes of several of these species. The Michigan Frog and Toad Survey was initiated in 1988 to increase our knowledge of anuran abundance and distribution and to monitor populations over the long term.”

I started my survey route #298 in the summer of 2015 which included 10 sites in the Boardman River Watershed. This survey is to be part of the Michigan Frog and Toad Survey which has just successfully completed 20 years of data collection. In 2015, my Survey Route #298, the Boardman Watersheds 10 sites, were part of the 1,088 sites surveyed in Michigan.

Frog Survey Route #298 Description, Boardman River Watershed

Survey Site Photos

Survey Data and Recordings Route #298 for 2015

Michigan Frog and Toad Survey 2015 Data Summary

Survey Data and Recordings Route #298 for 2016

Michigan Frog and Toad Survey 2016 Data Summary

Survey Data Route #298 for 2017

Michigan Frog and Toad Survey 2017 Data Summary

Michigan DNR Frog and Toad Survey Information Site

 

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