Frog Forest

Project Description

The property is mostly forested wetland and wetland buffer. Forested wetlands are a disappearing resource with high conservation value. Wetlands help in the recharge of groundwater, sediment trapping and filtration, water purification, stormwater detention, seasonal streamflow maintenance, and wildlife habitat. Birds observed on the property or known to be in the area include: Mallard duck, turkey vulture, sharp-shinned hawk, Cooper’s hawk, red-shouldered hawk, red-tailed hawk, American kestrel, merlin, Virginia rail, band-tailed pigeon, Western screech-owl, great horned owl, barred...

Project Map

Publicly Accessible: No
County: Clallam County, WA
Project Size:
  • 8.0 acres

Project Sites

  • Frog Forest (Not publicly accessible)

Goals and Targets

Primary Motivations:

  • Conservation Mission
    Wetland conservation.

Targeted Habitats:

  • Wetlands and Riparian Habitats
    • Forested or Shrub Wetlands and Swamps

Targeted Species:

  • Northern Red-legged Frog Rana aurora
  • Northwestern Salamander Ambystoma gracile
  • Western Toad Bufo boreas

Conservation Actions

Action Status Start Year End Year
Control invasive plants In Progress 2015 2015
Remove noxious weeds
Remove litter and waste In Progress 2015 2015
Trash, barbed wire fencing, etc.

Outcomes

Is the success of this project's actions being monitored? No/Unknown

Quick Facts

Owning Organization

Pacific Coast Joint Venture

Managing Organization

North Olympic Land Trust
(Non-Governmental Organization)

Contact Information

Lorrie Mittmann (Stewardship Director)
North Olympic Land Trust
Website

General Information

Project #: 257080
Last Updated: September 24, 2015

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