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Pickersgill’s reed frog biodiversity management plan published

A critically endangered frog living near Durban South Africa

A critically endangered frog living near Durban South Africa

Pickersgill’s reed frog biodiversity management plan published. Say that five times, fast!

A year ago Jeanne Tarrant received a $12,000 grant from the Fund for her work on Pickersgill’s reed frog (Hyperolius pickersgilli) near Durban South Africa. The frog is Critically Endangered with an estimated 2,000 individuals living in fragmented habitat on privately and commercially owned land. In a short year, Jeanne has accomplished a lot for the little pickersgill. Read the biodiversity management plan after the jump…