Amphibian Crossing

Every spring, thousands of amphibians emerge all at once to begin an important but rarely seen migration. But some of these frogs, toads, and salamanders face man-made obstacles in their path which threaten their survival. Host Kelly Rypkema joins a team of biologists and volunteers who are working to save these animals by taking matters into their own hands – literally.

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  3. Lin Hall says:

    What a fantastic film of what goes on during the Amphibian Crossings! Kelly and her crew did a wonderful job of relating what my daughter, MacKenzie and her crew do, with compassion and committment, every spring! It was a nice chance for me to see, first hand, the emotions and rewards of the nights!