Frogs, puddle-dwellers fight to survive

Eugene Weir looks for wildlife during a land conservancy hike near the Rogue River. These puddles will soon dry up and the animals and insects inside will have to fight to survive. (Jamie Lusch/Mail Tribune)

A main topic of discussion when it comes to outdoors and the environment around the Rogue Valley is hiking.

The Mail Tribune's Mark Freeman met with one man who leads land conservancy hikes and discusses how animals who are born or live in puddles and ponds survive after those same puddles dry up during the late spring and summer.

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