Article from bctv that relates to the concerns of amphibians with in Berks County, PA and efforts that are in place to help better understand the species in the county. With in the article PAHERP is mentioned and one of our contributors, Mike Delong from Berks Co.
Think you’re ready for spring?
Toads, frogs and salamanders that have been buried in frozen mud all winter are ready, too.
Wood frogs, native to Berks, start calling in February.
Here’s how to find out what they sound like.
Most species, including spring peepers, also Berks natives, emerge in heavy rains to breed in March or later. They call to find mates.
Amphibians all over the world are dying out.
How well are the species in Berks doing?