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McGreavy & Calhoun Featured in DownEast Magazine Articles

In the recently published DownEast articles, SSI postdoctoral researcher Bridie McGreavy discusses “Big Night” – the first warm, rainy spring night that triggers the migration of Maine frogs and salamanders from their winter hibernation spots to the vernal pools where they breed.  Also featured is SSI researcher Aram Calhoun, leader of SSI’s Protecting Natural Resources at the Community Scale project.

See DownEast online articles: Bridgton’s Big Night and Big Night’s Bigger Picture.

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