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LIVE Online: Amphibian Road Crossing Q & A
March 29 @ 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Sunday, March 29 | 6 – 7 pm | Live Google Meet:
or call in at:530-414-9946 PIN: 809 566 228#
- A computer desktop (with speakers) or laptop works best– just go to the link above and click join. No additional software required.
- Apple’s Safari browser does not support this meeting platform. Use a different browser instead (like Windows Explorer, Google Chrome, or Firefox).
- Tablets, iPads, and mobile devices will need to first download the Hangouts Meet app to access the meeting.
- If the technology winds are not in your favor tomorrow, we will be recording the Q&A and will post it at our Amphibian Conservation site.
Join NBNC naturalists to learn more about our Amphibian Road Crossing program. Each April, amphibians migrate by the millions from upland forests to wetland breeding grounds, often crossing roadways at their peril. NBNC’s ARC program trains volunteers to survey migration sites to help amphibians across the road while collecting valuable data that informs local conservation and transportation planning efforts. This citizen science project accommodates volunteers of all ages and background– the only requirement is an eagerness to enjoy and protect our local amphibians! In this Q & A, NBNC Staff will discuss amphibian ecology, and tips for participating in this great, COVID-compatible Citizen Science program!