The Fish and Wildlife Service has stuck to its guns and is designating 1.8 million acres of mostly public California land as habitat critical for the preservation of the Yosemite toad (shown) and two frog species peculiar to the Sierra Nevada mountains.
The Fish and Wildlife Service has stuck to its guns and is designating 1.8 million acres of mostly public California land as habitat critical for the preservation of the Yosemite toad (shown) and two frog species peculiar to the Sierra Nevada mountains. Rob Grasso National Park Service
The Fish and Wildlife Service has stuck to its guns and is designating 1.8 million acres of mostly public California land as habitat critical for the preservation of the Yosemite toad (shown) and two frog species peculiar to the Sierra Nevada mountains. Rob Grasso National Park Service

Despite pleas and amid 20,000 comments, frogs get designated habitat

August 25, 2016 5:39 PM