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The foothill yellow-legged frog is a federally listed “species of special concern.” We need your help to save this sensitive species by educating the public at one of the frogs’ breeding areas, Little Carson Falls, on the Mt. Tamalpais Watershed. No special skills or experience are needed, although volunteers must be at least 18 years old. Volunteers will monitor frogs from March through May or June.
Come to our training on March 2. We will meet at Sky Oaks Watershed Headquarters and then hike to the falls. Bring a water bottle and enthusiasm!
Pre-registration is required.
Driving directions to Sky Oaks Watershed Headquarters: From Bolinas Road in downtown Fairfax, drive approximately 1½ miles (you will pass the Deer Park Villa restaurant) and turn left onto Sky Oaks Road (there is a wooden sign on the left saying “Lake Lagunitas”). Drive approximately 1/4 mile and Sky Oaks Watershed Headquarters is on the left at the crest of the hill.