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Recent accomplishments of CDFW's scientific community


No Cooling Off for Invasive Species ‘Hotline’ in Battle Against Nutria

Tiny brown and green speckled juvenile coqui frog sitting atop a penny
Six months after announcing the discovery of a breeding population of invasive nutria in the San Joaquin Valley, CDFW’s Invasive Species “hotline” continues to receive multiple reports each week of nutria sightings from the public.

Science Spotlight: Legwork and Expertise Combine to Bolster Endangered Frog Populations

Frog resting on water-slicked rock with water rushing in background
Many years of painstaking monitoring and assessment efforts undertaken by CDFW have helped guide an ongoing effort to bolster the dwindling populations of mountain yellow-legged frogs in Southern California.

CDFW Gets a Jump on Preserving Sierra Nevada Yellow-legged Frogs

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It does not take a leap of faith to believe that CDFW scientists have gained the upper hand in bolstering the population of yellow-legged frogs in the High Sierra.