Threatened frogs show success in breeding

MAKING A COMEBACK—National Park Service biologists are monitoring the eggs of California red-legged frogs, which have been found to be breeding at two sites that were damaged in the Woolsey fire.   Courtesy of Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area

National Park Service biologists have discovered California red-legged frogs, a threatened species, breeding successfully at two independent sites that were severely damaged by the Woolsey fire.

The sites have not experienced wild breed...

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