Peterborough Field Naturalists presents Night of Salamanders and Frogs

Date:Wednesday, April 25, 2018
Time:6 - 11 p.m.
Location:    KLT's Ingleton-Wells Property (105 Reids Road, North Kawartha)
Cost:See website for membership details
This annual PFN evening trip is to look for migrating salamanders and their egg masses in breeding pools. This inventory event will be at the Ingleton-Wells property of the Kawartha Land Trust (KLT). The event will commence with the checking of pools for egg masses of Spotted and Blue-spotted salamanders. Listen as well for frog species calling and and hopefully a Barred Owl. This trip will be led jointly by Martin Parker, Sue Paradisis and Evan Thomas. This is an evening outing. After meeting we will travel to the Ingleton-Wells property on the northwestern part of Stoney Lake. Wear clothes forecast for the weather, water-proof footwear, head lamp or flashlight, and evening snack or packed supper. It is anticipated the trip will return to the city around 11 p.m. Accessibility: Moderate, with walking around woodland ponds and returning in the dark.

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