Toad tadpoles will be emerging from Tipsoo Lake as toadlets within the next 1-2 weeks. Volunteers are needed to help protect the small amphibians and to educate the public. This is important throughout the week, but especially on the busier weekends. I will be getting more information from Scott Anderson one of our amphibian biologists to pass on to the volunteers so you are better informed, but if you are interested, please let me know via email@example.com. Radios will be placed at White River for use along this rove.
Also, after the Sunrise Visitor Center closes on September 21st, the radios will be housed at the White River WIC until the 9th of October. Rovers are always needed until the snow flies (or road closes, or WIC is closed)! Let me know, and I will reserve the radios.
Please be sure to send me your thoughts and issues encountered while roving. What would you do to better protect or beautiful park? What worked well for you this summer? What frustrated you? All this information will be presented to the Superintendent, Assistant Superintendent, and the department heads. E-mails are fine, attach photos to help explain your problem if you have them.
Lastly, I would like to give Lynn a giant thank-you for all her work this summer. She has made operations at Sunrise run smoothly and been a tremendous help to me. Thanks so much Lynn.
Coordinator MORA Meadow Rovers