California Red-legged Frog Repeat Workshop 2012
The Elkhorn Slough Coastal Training Program announced the California Red-Legged Frog Workshop - Repeat, April 26, 2012 from 8 a.m. - 6 p.m., at the Elkhorn Slough National Estuarine Research Reserve. The workshop consisted of classroom lectures complimented by an afternoon field component. Registration also included attendance at one of two night time field training sessions on the evenings of either April 25 or April 26. Evening training was from 8:00 pm until midnight.
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California Academy of Sciences
California Red-legged Frog Repeat Workshop
April 26, 2012
With evening training sessions on either April 25 or April 26, 2012
Due to the overwhelming response to our annual California Red-Legged Frog Workshop the Elkhorn Slough Coastal Training Program announced the addition a second offering!
The workshop registration included 5 hours of classroom lecture, a 2-hour day time field training session and a 4-hour night time field training component. Lecture was at the Elkhorn Slough Reserve; field training was in Northern Santa Cruz County at a site known to support a very healthy population of the species.
Intended audience included: biological consultants, land managers, researchers, and resource protection agency personnel.
This was a great opportunity to receive training in species identification, field sampling techniques, and the habitat requirements of the California red-legged frog (CRLF). Workshop information will be useful for conservation planning and for educational outreach to agricultural producers and others who are considering projects that may impact CRLF. The workshop also provided foundational knowledge for monitoring projects where potential impacts to CRLF have been identified. *No regulatory or permitting information was included in this workshop.
April 26th Morning Session(8:00am-2:00pm) - Classroom: Overview of biology and management of the California red-legged frog. Meet at the Elkhorn Slough National Estuarine Research Reserve.
April 26th Afternoon Session(2:00pm-6:00pm) - Field trip to areas on the North Coast of Santa Cruz County: Habitat requirements and assessment, pond designs, equipment demonstrations, tadpole identification and survey techniques, and frog marking techniques. Personal vehicles required to travel to field sites.
The night session was at the Graniterock Sand Quarry, just north of the City of Santa Cruz on Highway 1. Instructors demonstrated decontamination techniques, detecting frog eye shine, and capturing, handling, sexing, and measuring tadpoles and/or adult frogs.
Documents and Publications
We encourage participants to download the contact list to assist with arranging a rideshare or to get in contact with someone you met at the workshop. Those interested in sharing a ride to the event are marked on the contact list.
|DOCUMENT||AUTHOR / SOURCE|
|Bibliography of Techniques Applicable to California Red-Legged Frog (Rana draytonii) Study and Management
|Galen Rathbun and Norman Scott
Elkhorn Slough Coastal Training Program
|CRLF 2012 Repeat workshop Contact List
|Do a threatened native amphibian and its invasive congener differ in response to human alteration of the landscape?
|Antonia D'Amore, Valentine Hemingway, Kerstin Wasson
Feb 6 2009
|Evaluation of a radio-belt for ranid frogs
|Galen Rathbun and Thomas Murphey
Herpetological Review 27(4):187-189
|Invasive species shifts onto genetic resource partitioning and microhabitat use of a threatened native amphibian
|Antonia Amore, Eric Kirby, Michael McNicholas
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 19: 534-541
|Overwintering Tadpoles in the California Red-legged Frog (Rana aurora draytonii)
|Gary M. Fellers, Alan E. Launer, Galen Rathbun, Steve Bobzien, Jeff Alvarez, David sterner, Richard B. Seymour, and Michael Westphal
Herpetological Review 32(3):156-157
|Rana draytonii dispersal
|Mark Allaback, David M. Laabs, David S. Keegan, Josh D. Harwayne
Herpetological Review, 41(2), 204-206
|Rana draytonii (California red-legged frog). Behavior- dangers of drift fences
|Galen Rathbun, Norman Scott, Thomas Murphey
Herpetological Review 28(2):85-86
|Rana Draytonii (California Red-legged Frog). Egg Predation.
Herpetological Review 29(3):165
|Relocations of California red-legged frogs, California, USA.
Re-introduction News, Newsletter of the Re-introduction Specialist Group, IUCN, No. 25:12-13.
|Reproductive Interference by an Invasive Species an Evolutionary Trap?
|Antonia D'Amore, Eric Kirby, Valentine Hemingway
Herpetological Conservation and Biology 4(3):325-330
|Terrestrial activity and conservation of adult California red-legged frogs Rana aurora draytonii in coastal forests and grasslands
|John B. Bulger, Norman J. Scott Jr., Richard B. Seymour
Biological Conservation 110:85-95
|Translocation of California red-legged frogs (Rana aurora draytonii)
|Galen Rathbun and Julie Schneider
Wildlife Society Bulletin 29(4):1300-1305
|Management Guidlines for the California Red-Legged Frog
|Drs. Galen Rathbun and Norman Scott
Elkhorn Slough Coastal Training Program
|Read Me - CRLF Field Information 2012
|Revised Guidence on Site Assessments for California Red Legged Frog
|US Fish and Wildlife
US Fish and Wildlife
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