MMWD needs assistance from the community to help restore a healthy Foothill yellow-legged frog (Rana boylii) population within the watershed. Each year, we train docents to monitor habitat conditions and to educate hikers about the foothill yellow-legged frog at Little Carson Falls, a popular hiking destination and a foothill yellow-legged frog breeding location. Docents monitor the falls between March and June – the time when the eggs and tadpoles are most vulnerable.
Volunteers must come to the Docent Training on Saturday, March 10th from 10am-3pm. Prospective docents must RSVP for the training.
Volunteer docents are asked to commit to three four-hour shifts between March and June. No previous experience or special knowledge is required. Frog docents must be at least 18 years old and capable of strenuous hiking.
Please send an email to reserve your spot for the training and to receive the location of training.
Becoming a frog docent is a great way to get outdoors, have an extraordinary volunteer experience, and contribute to public understanding and protection of this native species.
For more information visit: http://marinwater.org/195/Frog-Docents
Email us if you have questions: firstname.lastname@example.org