Who doesn't love sloshing through the muck catching frogs and finding salamanders? Well join us for a great evening in search of the fun and elusive amphibians that are just rising from their winter slumbers on April 27th at 6:00 PM. Led by naturalist Zach Adams, the program will involve a short hike and exploration of mud and vernal pools for migrating and breeding amphibians! We are likely to see some fun frogs, and if we are lucky some of the large and charismatic spotted salamanders as they migrate to the vernal pools to breed. This program will begin at 6pm and last about two hours and will include a short hike to vernal pool. This program is open and fun for all ages. So bring some muck boots, a flashlight, and join us for an awesome night in the mud and water searching for amphibians!