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Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks Set to Work on EIS for Yellow-Legged Frog Recovery

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avatar Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks Set to Work on EIS for Yellow-Legged Frog Recovery
October 11, 2009 01:44PM
Not too long ago fisheries experts in the High Sierra realized that if they removed non-native trout from high-elevation lakes, they could boost fragile populations of a small frog that once was widespread throughout the range. Now Sequoia and Kings Canyon national parks want to remove trout from slightly more than 80 of the parks' 560 lakes and ponds to give the mountain yellow-legged frog a chance for survival.

http://www.nationalparkstraveler.com/2009/10/sequoia-and-kings-canyon-national-parks-set-work-eis-yellow-legged-frog-recovery4726
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