People Can Help Monitor Reptiles and Amphibians in MI
Wed, 28 Apr 2021 06:01:23 EDT


Now that warm temperatures are back, reptiles and amphibians are out and about and people might be able to spot them when outdoors.

Department of Natural Resources officials say, if someone see any frogs, toads, salamanders, snakes, lizards or turtles while out exploring natural areas, parks, trails or even the neighborhood, they can report their observations to the the DNR.

Officials say observations provide data on trends, distribution and relative abundance for Michigan's reptile and amphibian species and inform the conservation efforts outlined in Michigan's Wildlife Action Plan

People can learn more about Michigan's reptiles and amphibians and how they can help at Michigan.gov/Wildlife.


   

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