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KendraZamzow
17:05
Hi Judy, Helen, and Juli!
KendraZamzow
17:13
Hi Ellie!
KendraZamzow
33:38
how can the eye not be damaged with ice in it?
KendraZamzow
34:01
what is an ectotherm?
KendraZamzow
35:03
how long from frozen to jumping frog? hours?
judithdonegan
36:02
How long do the frogs live?
KendraZamzow
45:37
Are there any predators that eat frogs when they are frozen?
warren
45:57
Who are the wood frogs' primary predators?
Fred and Randi Hirschmann
48:37
During very cold winters without insulating ground snow cover, what is the coldest they can tolerate?
KendraZamzow
54:47
Did anyone look at frogs in the field in the Lower 48? Did I miss that?
KendraZamzow
01:04:24
that's very cool, to see the difference in real field frog adaptations
Chris’s iPhone
01:05:51
could you show Calvin and Hobbes again I missed it 🙂
Ellen Vandevisse
01:06:34
there were 3 diff frog calls…who’s who?
Chris’s iPhone
01:06:53
not at the moment but awesome study thanks
KendraZamzow
01:07:02
do male and female frogs sound different?
Frankie Barker
01:07:24
Will playing their calls cause them to sound off more?
Kenny Scheuner
01:07:38
you mentioned a transmitter that was used for tracking the frogs, do you have any pictures of these trackers?
Chris’s iPhone
01:07:49
do they sound different at different times of day?
J.C
01:08:41
So you were talking about parasites at the beginning of the presentation, what parasites where you talking about
Fred and Randi Hirschmann
01:09:14
Is there a temperature that highest concentrations of glucose in water will freeze?
warren
01:10:36
During their long winter, where specifically are they? In stream bank? In soils of creek and pond bottoms?
KendraZamzow
01:10:37
is that what was happening on the Kenai Refuge where frogs with missing legs were found?
kaarlethecondor
01:13:51
What happens to all the glucose in their tissue when they thaw out? Back into storage or all metabolized?
Julianna Auld
01:14:45
Do they only have one mate for life?
Frankie Barker
01:15:28
Is the Alaska population stable? Threatened?
KendraZamzow
01:16:42
Has the fungus been seen in Alaska frogs? or Canadian?
Fred and Randi Hirschmann
01:17:07
In mid-summer we see wood frogs in our garden thousands of feet from the nearest pond or water. Are these individuals traveling to new water sources?
warren
01:18:46
What is the typical distance of travel or range for wood frogs?
Ellen Vandevisse
01:19:30
would you go over which species & sub-app we have, where, and the names again? thx
KendraZamzow
01:19:55
is anyone going to keep looking at parasite expansion in frogs?
Ellen Vandevisse
01:21:42
how do you make that cool N. lights background? very impressive!
KendraZamzow
01:23:03
Thanks for all the great info!
warren
01:23:36
2-3 feet snow cover in mid-Matanuska Valley.
KendraZamzow
01:23:38
We still have snow in Chickaloon, but melting fast
Ellen Vandevisse
01:23:41
my favorite is Okeson Pond, MSC around May 5
Don Larson
01:23:42
https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/210707503-Virtual-Background
Chris’s iPhone
01:23:44
that would be fun if you could share the northern light info with me too.
KendraZamzow
01:23:54
thanks, Ellie!
Chris’s iPhone
01:23:58
thanks🙂
sp’s iPhone
01:24:13
Thanks for the info!
J.C
01:24:25
I've seen frogs out in Talkeetna when I was younger, and last year in the valley too
Fred and Randi Hirschmann
01:24:49
Very Much Appreciated! Will there be a link to a recording of your talk?
Ellen Vandevisse
01:25:17
this was terrific. Blessings to you & your work!
Chris’s iPhone
01:25:23
thanks again. was super interesting and kids enjoyed it too
Don Larson
01:25:38
https://www.akherpsociety.org
KendraZamzow
01:25:54
Kyle will send me the link to the recording and I can send it out to anyone who asks for it. Email me at kzamzow@pm.me
Julianna Auld
01:25:58
Thank you!!
kaarlethecondor
01:26:05
Thank you! Very interesting
KendraZamzow
01:26:06
Thanks!
Taryn
01:26:29
Thank You!!!
kaarlethecondor
01:27:32
Thanks again!