Date(s) - 02/19/2018
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Most people do not often associate the desert with amphibians. After all, these animals require an ample supply of water to survive. Yet Arizona is surprisingly rich in amphibians, many of which take advantage of summer rains for an opportunity to breed. This class explores the salamanders, frogs and toads of Arizona. We will investigate the classification, identification, vocalizations and biology of these remarkable animals. Join us for a fun look at our amphibian neighbors! Call 520-648-7669 to register.