The Wyoming Toad Project

The Buford Foundation Ranch is one of three locations where volunteers and members of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service gathered at on Wednesday, June 1, 2016, to release adult Wyoming toads from the Saratoga National Fish Hatchery as part of the 2014 Cooperative Recovery Initiative project, near Laramie, WY Wildlife officials are releasing more than 900 toads in Wyoming, saying they could help researchers find ways for the endangered species and other amphibians to resist a devastating fungus.

Students at Camp Confidence in Centennial get a presentation from zoologists, biologists and US Fish and Wildlife learning about nature, conservation, endangered and species diversity to include the Buford Foundation’s impact in bringing back the Wyoming Toad from the brink of extinction.

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