In Yosemite, endangered yellow-legged frogs are making a comeback

Friday, October 28, 2016 - 06:11 in Biology & Nature

In the 1950s, California wildlife authorities used to fly over remote lakes and creeks in Yosemite National Park and deliver precious cargo: hatchery-raised trout. The policy was great for fishing enthusiasts. But for the yellow-legged frogs that shared those waters, the arrival of hungry trout...

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