November 1, 2017

SFWMD's SOUNDSCIENCE Releases 'Ribbeting' New Episode
Podcast #11: Science sounds a little froggy

West Palm Beach, FL - Frogs are an important indicator species  when it comes to measuring the success of ecosystem restoration. 

And South Florida Water Management District scientist Brent Anderson sounds like he knows what he's talking about.

For more than 10 years, Anderson has been studying the impacts of Kissimmee River restoration on a dozen species of frogs. Judging by the flocks of wading birds feeding on prey of the hopping persuasion, success is sticking like a fly on a bullfrog's tongue.

Click to listen to  "Ribbeting" Science.

SOUNDSCIENCE episodes 1-10 can be heard at  and below:
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