We have a new outdoor breeding facility for our colony of captive midwife toads. This outdoor enclosure, which is much larger than the previous one, will help drive this species’ reintroduction program at the National Park.
In our recently published article we talk about the existence of hibernating salamanders' larvae in Peñalara that benefits the persistence of the pathogenic fungus. This work has been key to design the mitigation strategy that we are performing in the project.
Nature offers humanity environmental services that allow for our survival and wellbeing. With the decline of amphibians, we are losing many of these environmental services. Continue reading to learn what these environmental services are.
A recent study about the conservation of amphibians and protected areas throughout the world highlights the necessity to protect more territory in order to ensure the conservation of these animals.
In the face of the growing threat from new amphibian pathogens, we citizens can do much to report on new infectious outbreaks. If you encounter dead amphibians, or with symptoms of evident illness, inform us! In this entry we will tell you how.