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A Chiricahua leopard frog soaks up some sun.

A Chiricahua leopard frog soaks up some sun.

A threatened Chiricahua leopard frog sunning its self on an artificial island in a stock tank. Stock tanks on the Ladder Ranch not only provide water for livestock and wildlife but are great refugia for frogs.

Female Mexican wolf at the Ladder Ranch captive breeding facility.

Female Mexican wolf at the Ladder Ranch captive breeding facility.

This is a photo of a breeding female Mexican wolf being temporally held at our captive breeding and pre-release facility at the Ladder Ranch in New Mexico. She along with her mate and four pups are scheduled to be released in Mexico in the near future. TESF has been...

Healthy westslope cutthroat trout on the Flying D Ranch

Healthy westslope cutthroat trout on the Flying D Ranch

A healthy westslope cutthroat trout from Cherry Creek on the Flying D Ranch in Montana. Turner Biodiversity restored these native trout to upper Cherry Creek in a decade long project that concluded in 2010. The population is now regularly monitored to assess health...

A Chiricahua leopard frog soaks up some sun.

A Chiricahua leopard frog soaks up some sun.

A threatened Chiricahua leopard frog sunning its self on an artificial island in a stock tank. Stock tanks on the Ladder Ranch not only provide water for livestock and wildlife but are great refugia for frogs.

Female Mexican wolf at the Ladder Ranch captive breeding facility.

Female Mexican wolf at the Ladder Ranch captive breeding facility.

This is a photo of a breeding female Mexican wolf being temporally held at our captive breeding and pre-release facility at the Ladder Ranch in New Mexico. She along with her mate and four pups are scheduled to be released in Mexico in the near future. TESF has been...

Healthy westslope cutthroat trout on the Flying D Ranch

Healthy westslope cutthroat trout on the Flying D Ranch

A healthy westslope cutthroat trout from Cherry Creek on the Flying D Ranch in Montana. Turner Biodiversity restored these native trout to upper Cherry Creek in a decade long project that concluded in 2010. The population is now regularly monitored to assess health...