Amphibian Project Training Sessions: January 6th, 13th, 16th, and 26th

Amphibians are an important natural resources that is disappearing at an alarming rate. The best estimates of amphibian declines suggest that one third of all known species - almost 2,000 species globally - are threatened.

CWF biologist Allegra Mitchell is looking for volunteers to gather data on various amphibian population locations in New Jersey. There will be 4 public trainings throughout January for all interested in becoming the pioneers of this monitoring program.

Date: January 6th at 2pm
Where: Forest Resource Education Center, 495 Don Connor Blvd., Jackson NJ

Date: January 13th at 4pm
Where: NRCS Office, 101 Bilby Road, Hackettstown NJ

Date: January 16th at 6pm
Where: Division of Fish and Wildlife Southern Regional Office 220 Blue Anchor Rd., Sicklerville NJ

Date: January 26th at 11am 
Where: Essex County Environmental, Center 621 Eagle Rock Ave, Roseland NJ

For more infromation visit or email Allegra Mitchell at