Saving space for a threatened species in Boulder, CO

Saving space for a threatened species in Boulder, CO

This is the 2nd out of 5 proposed case studies on Boulder, Colorado produced by multimedia journalist Morgan Heim. Boulder is a leading example of the Nature Needs Half vision with 68% of the county’s land protected.

The northern leopard frog is a rare find any more in the American West, but in Boulder, a conservation ethic, on par with the concept of Nature Needs Half, has protected crucial habitat that allows these frogs to still survive. Join Morgan as she ventures out with biologist and frog wrangler Christine Prah in search of these elusive and threatened little frogs.

> Read the Boulder case study & watch the Conservation Legacy video

Saving Space for the Little Things | Nature Needs Half from The WILD Foundation on Vimeo.

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