Please join Oakland Zoo and Vance T. Vredenburg, Ph.D. The Mountain Yellow-Legged Frog, a local species found in the high elevations of the Sierra Nevada, is not excluded from the global amphibian crisis; only several thousand are thought to remain in the wild. Due to Dr. Vredenburg’s research and conservation work into the nature of the chytrid fungus, which is decimating amphibian populations worldwide, there is now hope for the Mountain Yellow-Legged Frog. Join us.
Wednesday, February 5 from 6:30pm - 9:00pm
Zimmer Auditorium Please park in the lower parking lot and proceed to the Maddie's Center for Science and Environmental Education. Enter the glass doors on the ground level.
Contact: Amy Gotliffe, Conservation Director
Phone: 510 632-9525 x122
This project is supported through Quarters for Conservation at Oakland Zoo!
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