Oklahoma fieldwork comes to a close for 2016



June marks the end of our normal Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation (ODWC) funded field season.  We had a great year with close to 800 amphibians and reptiles collected!  We visited a total of eight counties in Oklahoma this year, which included nine WMAs and two National Wildlife Refuges (a summary of one refuge trip can be found here).  We look forward to continuing our Oklahoma research in biodiversity and infectious disease in Spring 2017 in western Oklahoma!

Follow along with our ongoing Oklahoma Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis (Bd; chytrid) results, by species or county.