Columbia Spotted Frog

After many years of work, a team of seven partners met on Sept. 30, 2003 to sign two conservation agreements to protect Nevada’s populations of the Columbia spotted frog. The goal of the planning efforts is twofold: to reduce threats to the frog species and its habitat to the extent necessary to prevent populations from becoming extinct, and to maintain, enhance and restore sufficient populations to ensure the species' continued existence throughout their historic range.

Toiyabe Sub-population Conservation Plan

Toiyabe Great Basin Subpopulation Long-term Monitoring Plan

Northeast Sub-population Conservation Plan

Columbia Spotted Frog - USFW Brochure