Photos courtesy of Krissy Wilson, Division of Wildlife Resources
News Release - August 30, 2002 - U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Concludes No Need to Put Wasatch Front Population of Columbia Spotted Frog on Endangered List
Federal Register Notice: August 30, 2002: 12-Month Finding for a Petition To List the Wasatch Front Columbia Spotted Frog as Threatened Throughout Its Range
Questions and Answers Regarding Wasatch Front Population of Columbia Spotted Frog and the 12-Month Finding.
Conservation Agreement and Strategy for Spotted Frog - January 22, 1998 - Utah Division of Wildlife Resources (77 page, 2,782 KB PDF file)
Conservation Agreement and Strategy: Annual Progress Report 2000, Utah Division of Wildlife Resources, Published July 2001 (35 page, 1870 KB PDF format file)
Status Report: Status Review for the Columbia Spotted Frog on the Wasatch Front, Utah (08/2002)
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Serviced published in the Federal Register on August 30, 2002, a finding that the Wasatch Front population of Columbia spotted frog does not warrant listing as an endangered species.
Federal Register Notice: September 10, 2001: Status of the Wasatch Front Population of the Spotted Frog
Federal Register Notice: April 2, 1998: New 12-month Finding for a Petition to List the Utah Wasatch Front and West Desert Populations of Spotted Frog
Memorandum from Regional Director, Region 6 - March 3, 1998 - Subject: New Administrative 1-Year Finding on a Petition to List the Wasatch Front and West Desert Populations (Utah) of Spotted Frog Under the Endangered Species Act.