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Posted
06/05/2013
Endangered Oregon Spotted Frog
Partners: Canadian Wildlife Service, The Department of National Defence and the Canadian Forces and Vancouver Aquarium
Produced by: TheWCNews

Overview

This is a TV news story about the work being undertaken in British Columbia's Fraser Valley to save a highly endangered frog. British Columbia is Canada's most biodiverse province, yet has no provincial endangered species legislation. There are over 1,900 species on its at-risk list.

Last updated: June 5, 2013