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Old 04-13-2012, 09:14 AM   #1
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Default Effort to list boreal toad as endangered

Biodiversity: Boreal toads closer to endangered listing Summit County Citizens Voice


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Despite Colorado’s efforts to recover the toads, there’s only one population that’s considered viable, and in New Mexico there’s only a precarious introduced population, Adkins Giese said, adding that there’s not much good data from Idaho and Nevada.
In Colorado, boreal toads are designated as an endangered species by the Colorado Division of Wildlife. The state also has launched an ambitious breeding and restoration program, and has been carefully monitoring both natural and reintroduced populations for many years. Read more at the CDOW boreal toad website.
http://wildlife.state.co.us/Wildlife...es/Boreal.aspx

http://www.biologicaldiversity.org/s..._5-24-2011.pdf

http://rockymountainwild.org/blog/bo...ral-protection

http://rockymountainwild.org/
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