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Living With Frogs

Across the globe, amphibians are in crisis. Over 30 percent of known amphibian species are considered globally endangered, and many more are “threatened.” British Columbia is no different. Of our twenty native amphibian species, five are red-listed (endangered or threatened), and five are blue-listed (special concern) in the province.

Amphibian populations can recover with legislation, adequate management practices, and the stewardship of landowners and managers on their land to protect amphibians and the ecosystems they rely on.

Why protect frogs?

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Management tools

Calvin's farm

Legislation

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