The rate in which we are depleting our Southern Arroyo Toad populations is unbelievable. Does any one really care? Who is noticing? If nothing else at least rely these simple facts to GET PEOPLE's ATTENTION...
*There are only 22 drainages left in the state that can support the Arroyo
*Currently 75% of the Arroyo's habitat has been eliminated
*Proposed dam sites could harm 25% of their remaining habitat
*Unless significant action is taken the Arroyo will run out of habitable areas within the next 20 years
(www.biologicaldiversity.org, & www.sdnhm.org)