Friends Fourth Saturday Program: Amphibian Conservation Initiatives in the Piedmont: Standard Techniques for Monitoring Amphibians

2401 State Park RD
Greenville, SC 29609

Description

How do you find frogs and other amphibians? Dr. Melissa Pilgrim, professor at USC Upstate, will tell you how. Due to the issue of global amphibian decline, conservation biologists and resource managers are increasingly interested in conducting research evaluating the presence and persistence of amphibians in a region. Dr. Pilgrim and her undergraduate research group, Upstate Herpetology, will show the audience standard techniques used to identify the presence and abundance of amphibians in the Piedmont region of South Carolina. Meet at the Park Center. There is no registration required for this program, and no fee other than park admission.

Contact Information

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Paris Mountain State Park

2401 State Park RD
Greenville, SC 29609

 

Details

  • Meeting Place : Park Center
  • Event Hours : 10 am - 12 noon
  • Fee : free with park admission