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TimestampContactSurveySite NameAddressPond SizeLatitude and longitude of LocationSurveyed AreaOverall Survey QualityWater ClarityIdentifying Eggmasses Redlegged and NW salamanderSurvey DateTotal survey time in minutesRAAU eggmassesAMGRPSREAMMANotesAny other interesting species?Location More Information?
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Person who entered the datawas this the 1st, 2nd 3rd survey of this site?Name of site or if no name what area of the county was it?More site infoSite MapVC - very confidend MC - mostly confident NC - not confidentmm/dd/yyyyIMPORTANT! multiply total search time by how many people did the surveyTotal number or Redlegged frog eggmasses found at the siteTotal number of Northwestern Salamander eggmassesChorus Frogs eggmassesLong toed salamander eggmassesTAGR, RACAT, Fish, BUFOTAGR, RACAT, Fish, BUFO
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139RWMrazek, Wolfe, J & M Niquette1st Across from Goodwin & Ingle pond45.641227, -122.455458Site Map3/23/20094000less than 200
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3882/21/2013 15:03:00David Newcomb1st10716 NE 20th Ct10716 NE 20th Ctsmaller than a football endzone 45.699654 -122.650884Site Mapgreater then 90%1 than 2 ftvery confident2/20/201311100between 20 and 100
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69RWDave Newcomb1st10716 NE 20th Ctsmaller than a football endzone 45.699558, -122.649786Site Map3/8/2009410<20<205/2/2009 21:50:48
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44RWDave Newcomb (ARW)2nd10716 NE 20th Ct10716 NE 20th Ctsmaller than a football endzone 45.699558, -122.649786Site Map3/27/2009450>20>205/2/2009 21:46:18
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4043/5/2013 10:18:27Ritson1st134th and Salmon Creeksmaller than a football endzone 45.718700, -122.638603Site Mapgreater then 90%5between 2ft and 1ftvery confident2/15/2013570less than 200the water level is at least a foot lower this year since work has been done on the adjacent outflow
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2/19/2015 17:42:29Peter1st134th and Salmon Creeksmaller than a football endzone 45.718700, -122.638603Site Map5between 1ft and 8 invery confident02/19/20151014000very shallow and 5 eggmasses were out of the water
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3902/22/2013 12:30:21Richard Lahti1st21406 Lower Pond21406 NE 167th Avesmaller than a football endzone 45.77556, -122.505648Site Mapgreater then 90%2between 1ft and 8 invery confident2/22/201312250less than 200Cloudy, 43F, 10 MPH wind from SW, This is a shallow pond that drains an open field to the north.
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3/6/2014 9:58:56Richard Lahti1st21406 Lower Pondsmaller than a football endzone 45.775333, -122.505694Site Mapgreater then 90%between 2ft and 1ftvery confident2/22/201410290less than 200Pertly cloudy, 59F, o wind, 30.28 Pressure. Notice a decrease in PSRE eggs from previous years.
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3/18/2017 11:33:19Richard Lahti1st21406 Lower Pondsmaller than a football endzone 45.77556, -122.505648Site Mapgreater then 90%2between 1ft and 8 invery confident02/28/2017880less than 20less than 20Pond was dug in order to clean out vegetation, which was very dense. Two wild ducks were observed in the pond.21406 NE 167 Ave, Battle Ground WA 98604
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2773/7/2011 10:01:09Richard Lahti1st21406 NE 167 Ave Upper Pondsmaller than a football endzone 45.780749, -122.503463Site Mapgreater then 90%2 than 2 ftvery confident2/24/2011606less than 200
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10AWRichard Lahti1st21406 NE 167th Ave21406 NE 167th Ave
Battle Ground, WA 98604
smaller than a football endzone 45.775601, -122.50563Site Map2/11/200828280<200
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3892/22/2013 12:24:08Richard Lahti1st21406 Upper Pond21406 NE 167th Avesmaller than a football endzone 45.780484,-122.503459Site Mapgreater then 90%2between 1ft and 8 invery confident2/22/201340300Spotted a large NW Salamander 3 feet from pond.
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3/6/2014 10:03:39Richard Lahti1st21406 Upper Pondsmaller than a football endzone 45.780484,-122.503460Site Mapgreater then 90%between 1ft and 8 invery confident2/21/2014611300Algae growth
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3/18/2017 11:27:33Richard Lahti1st21406 Upper Pondsmaller than a football endzone 45.780484,-122.503461Site Mapgreater then 90%2between 1ft and 8 invery confident02/28/2017997less than 200Sticks & vegetation. Pond needs to be repaired; a leak causes the pond to drain to only 2 inches in the summer.21406 NE 167 Ave, Battle Ground WA 98604
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3/18/2017 11:34:06Richard Lahti1st21406 Upper Pondsmaller than a football endzone 45.780484,-122.503462Site Mapgreater then 90%2between 1ft and 8 invery confident02/28/2017997less than 200Sticks & vegetation. Pond needs to be repaired; a leak causes the pond to drain to only 2 inches in the summer.21406 NE 167 Ave, Battle Ground WA 98604
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2482/10/2011 21:05:38Randall Pearl1st4609 NE 142nd Stsmaller than a football endzone 45.723992, -122.623927Site Mapgreater then 90%1 than 2 ftvery confident2/10/2011151000
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2612/21/2011 10:16:41Randall Pearl2nd4609 NE 142nd St4609 NE 142nd Stsmaller than a football endzone 45.723992, -122.623928Site Mapgreater then 90%5 than 2 ftvery confident2/20/2011152000just fresh eggs - no tadpoles at this point
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138RWD. Mrazek, Wolfe, J & M Niquette1stAcross from Goodwin & Ingle pond, under power lines near Heritage Trail Parking17255900045.641028, -122.453350Site Map3/23/20096000more than 1000
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128RW, NDSDeb Mrazek1stAcross from Goodwin & Ingle pond, under power lines near Heritage Trail ParkingJust east of Ingle Road, just south of golf course entrance road, the more south pond (smaller pond) of the two in that location. on tax code 17256200045.642855, -122.454444Site Map3/21/20094000>200Wetted meadow
WQ fair - clear
veg - blakberry, barberry, alder, grasses
under power lines
some deep tractor ruts with standing water
3/26/2009 15:31:58
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137RW, NDSDeb Mrazek2ndAcross from Goodwin & Ingle pond, under power lines near Heritage Trail Parking45.63635943483253|-122.45998084545135  wetland near parking lot45.641028, -122.453350Site Map4/19/20095000between 20 and 1000many puddles in wetlands with up to 3-4 inches of water. Noticed several signs in area declaring it a 'protected wetland area'NOTE!!!! I miscalc'd the time on my other 4/19/09, the time for the Ingle Goodwin Pond survey 2 should actually be 2ppl * 35 min = 70 min.4/26/2009 15:39:59
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4/17/2013 12:18:28Tara N. 1stAlbertson's Pond 45.781114, -122.565148Site Mapbetween 75% and 50%between 1ft and 8 inmostly confident2/26/201329500less than 20Lots of algae, cloudy water, clear sky, oil sludge, and rust.
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4/10/2013 12:07:51Natalie S.2ndAlbertson's Pond 1smaller than a football endzone 45.781278, -122.565719Site Mapgreater then 90%between 1ft and 8 inunconfident03\08\12267180less than 20less than 20Very little trash, warm and sunny
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4/10/2013 11:57:19Natalie S.1stAlbertson's Pond 1smaller than a football field45.780902, -122.566693Site Mapbetween 75% and 50%less than 8 inchesmostly confident2/21/20121080100Misty rain, lots of garbage, oil in water
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4/10/2013 11:55:40Casey S.1stAlbertson's Pond 2smaller than a football endzone 45.781944, -122.564021Site Mapbetween 90% and 75%between 2ft and 1ftvery confident2/21/2012685100Rainy
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4/17/2013 12:03:15Tara N.1stAlbertson's Pond 245.781544, -122.563997Site Mapless than 50% than 2 ftmostly confident02/262013990
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4/17/2013 12:04:14Tara N.1stAlbertson's Pond 245.781544, -122.563997Site Mapless than 50% than 2 ftmostly confident02/262013990000There was a lot of algae.
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4/24/2013 11:55:26Tara N.2ndAlbertson's Pond 245.78201, -122.564002Site Mapless than 50% than 2 ftmostly confident3/5/20139060less than 200There is animals poop around the pond. There is oil in the water. And lots of turbidity.
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4/24/2013 12:10:16Tara N.2ndAlbertson's Pond 245.781651, -122.56427Site Mapbetween 75% and 50%between 2ft and 1ftmostly confident3/5/20131201000Weather: Cloudy, wet. Waterflow is seen. Many birds heard. water is turbid.There are beavers and beaver dams. Oil in the water. Algae in the water. Tennis balls around the pond.
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4/17/2013 12:14:57Tara N. 1stAlbertson's Pond 245.781968, -122.563984Site Mapless than 50%between 1ft and 8 inmostly confident2/26/201313550less than 20Waterflow and trash.
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4/10/2013 11:46:23Casey S.1stAlbertson's Pond 3smaller than a football endzone 45.782357, -122.562066Site Mapgreater then 90%between 2ft and 1ftunconfident2/21/2012580000Light rain, dead frogs, lot of trash
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4/10/2013 12:06:30Casey S.2ndAlbertson's Pond 3smaller than a football endzone 45.782570, -122.562170Site Mapgreater then 90% than 2 ftvery confident3/8/2012700000N/A
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4/10/2013 12:13:32Natalie S.2ndAlbertson's Pond 3smaller than a football endzone 45.782362, -122.562618Site Mapgreater then 90% than 2 ftmostly confident03\08\1212800less than 200Beaver Dam, Large Egg Masses of PSRE, High levels of Sediment, Pond is deep with drop offs, source of water enters pond
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4/10/2013 11:50:14Casey S.1stAlbertson's Pond 4smaller than a football endzone 45.782590, -122.562192Site Mapgreater then 90%less than 8 inchesvery confident2/21/2012450000Drizzle, bad water quality
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4/10/2013 12:01:26Natalie S.2ndAlbertson's Pond 4smaller than a football endzone 45.782616, -122.562194Site Mapbetween 90% and 75% than 2 ftmostly confident03\08\12376000No human disturbance, some algae, clear sunny weather
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4/24/2013 11:58:38Tara N.2ndAlbertson's Pond 445.782586, -122.5622Site Mapless than 50%less than 8 inchesmostly confident3/5/2013780000
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4/10/2013 12:10:16Casey S.2ndAlbertson's Pond 5smaller than a football field45.782620, -122.561851Site Mapgreater then 90% than 2 ftmostly confident3/8/2012420000very bad water quality
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4/10/2013 12:01:40Casey S.2ndAlbertson's Pond 6bigger then a football field45.781613, -122.565400Site Mapless than 50%between 1ft and 8 inunconfident3/8/201216800between 20 and 100less than 20Oily sheen, lot of algae
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4/17/2013 12:07:20Kristine1stAlbertson's Pond 7smaller than a football field45.783007, -122.562098Site Mapgreater then 90% than 2 ftmostly confident2/26/20121200000
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4/17/2013 12:11:36Tara N.1stAlbertson's Pond 745.783007, -122.562098Site Mapgreater then 90% than 2 ftmostly confident2/26/20131400000
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4/24/2013 12:01:54Tara N.2ndAlbertson's Pond 745.783073, -122.56206Site Mapgreater then 90% than 2 ftvery confident3/5/2013960000Weather: Cloudy/light rain. Lots of trash.
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4/24/2013 12:05:27Tara N.2ndAlbertson's Pond 845.782661, -122.56191Site Mapbetween 90% and 75%less than 8 inchesvery confident3/5/2013165000Weather: Cloudy. Oil in the water. Lots of algae.
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2023/11/2010 22:05:34Brigette Bashaw1stAllen's Canyon Creek - Lower Pond29709 NE 41st Ave.smaller than a football endzone 45.835724, -122.710012Site Mapless than 50%1 than 2 ftvery confident2/6/2010250100Observed what we believe to be 5 adult rough skinned newts in the water. Orange bellies, very stubby hind toes, the jaw line extended past the eyes, and a fin like tail. They were very conspicuous.Unsure how to measure the area surveyed. We can only do the perimeter of the pond due to depth. I think eggs could be laid in the middle due to the presence of debris, so we consider the to be <50% surveyed.
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2083/11/2010 22:21:34Brigette Bashaw3rdAllen's Canyon Creek - Lower Pond29709 NW 41st Ave.smaller than a football endzone 45.835724, -122.710012Site Mapless than 50%1between 2ft and 1ftvery confident3/7/20102305000Observed 2 adult rough skinned newts. They were not as conspicuous this time.
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2123/14/2010 15:49:39Brigette Bashaw; Libbie Rivera2ndAllen's Canyon Creek - Lower Pond29709 NW 41st Ave.smaller than a football endzone 45.835724, -122.710012Site Mapgreater then 90%1between 2ft and 1ftvery confident2/20/20103002600
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3125/8/2011 12:10:17Brigette Bashaw; Libbie Lewis1stAllen's Canyon Creek - Lower Pond29709 NE 41st Ave.smaller than a football endzone 45.835724, -122.710012Site Mapgreater then 90%3less than 8 inchesvery confident2/5/2011380000Drizzly, small green cover on surface, thick leaf matter covering floor; algae covering leaves in some area.

The total survey time for this report and the others for the season only records the time of the surveyor, not the data keeper.
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3155/8/2011 12:19:23Brigette Bashaw; Libbie Lewis2ndAllen's Canyon Creek - Lower Pond29709 NE 41st Ave.smaller than a football endzone 45.835724, -122.710012Site Mapbetween 75% and 50%2between 2ft and 1ftvery confident2/20/2011140000Ice layer; green algae; water level 1' higher than previous survey; surveyable area contained canary grass.
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3175/8/2011 12:26:58Brigette Bashaw; Libbie Lewis3rdAllen's Canyon Creek - Lower Pond29709 NE 41st Ave.smaller than a football endzone 45.835724, -122.710012Site Mapbetween 75% and 50%2between 2ft and 1ftvery confident3/12/2011110100Very rainy; Fish (1); 3 mallards upon arival; Adult AMGR (1); High water level - not much small debrisFish (any species)
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3185/8/2011 12:30:27Brigette Bashaw; Libbie Lewis4thAllen's Canyon Creek - Lower Pond29709 NE 41st Ave.smaller than a football endzone 45.835724, -122.710012Site Mapbetween 90% and 75%3between 2ft and 1ftvery confident4/9/20112608less than 200heavy green plant cover on surface; adult AMGR seen; 75% of survey completed but then water too deep; sunny day.
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2043/11/2010 22:12:41Brigette Bashaw1stAllen's Canyon Creek - Upper Pond29709 NW 41st Ave.smaller than a football endzone 45.856727, -122.710524Site Mapgreater then 90%1 than 2 ftvery confident2/6/201040000Unsure of the length of time this area has water. More of a divet that collects water from a small drainage.
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2063/11/2010 22:16:44Brigette Bashaw2ndAllen's Canyon Creek - Upper Pond29709 NW 41st Ave.smaller than a football endzone 45.835724, -122.710012Site Mapgreater then 90%1 than 2 ftvery confident2/20/201060000
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2093/11/2010 22:23:45Brigette Bashaw3rdAllen's Canyon Creek - Upper Pond29709 NW 41st Ave.smaller than a football endzone 45.856727, -122.710524Site Mapgreater then 90%1 than 2 ftvery confident3/7/20101000less than 200First sighting in this location!
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3135/8/2011 12:13:31Brigette Bashaw; Libbie Lewis1stAllen's Canyon Creek - Upper Pond29709 NE 41st Ave.smaller than a football endzone 45.856727, -122.710524Site Mapbetween 75% and 50%2between 2ft and 1ftvery confident2/5/20111900less than 200Drizzly; ephimeral pond; canary grass covered; small snails on grass
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3145/8/2011 12:17:23Brigette Bashaw; Libbie Lewis2ndAllen's Canyon Creek - Upper Pond29709 NE 41st Ave.smaller than a football endzone 45.856727, -122.710524Site Mapgreater then 90%4 than 2 ftvery confident2/20/201190000snails; deepest point >30 inches; 100% water clarity; very thin ice layer in one corner.

Observed an adult AMGR
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3165/8/2011 12:22:14Brigette Bashaw; Libbie Lewis3rdAllen's Canyon Creek - Upper Pond29709 NE 41st Ave.smaller than a football endzone 45.856727, -122.710524Site Mapless than 50%1less than 8 inchesvery confident3/12/201100000Very rainy; Did not survey - too much rain creating too much turbidity in the water.
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3195/8/2011 12:32:05Brigette Bashaw; Libbie Lewis4thAllen's Canyon Creek - Upper Pond29709 NE 41st Ave.smaller than a football endzone 45.856727, -122.710524Site Mapgreater then 90%4between 2ft and 1ftvery confident4/9/2011500less than 200snails on grass; sunny; adult salamander seen; very silty.
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187TG, CT, GJ2ndAndresen & 18thBBC wetland restoration areabigger than a football field45.635110, -122.601124Site Mapless than 50%3 than 2 ftvery confident3/7/20101501000We surveyed only the still-water areas. Larger ponds with entry and exit flows were not surveyed.
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113AWNikki, Jenni, Jordan, Karmen, Reid2ndAndresen & 500 Mental Heath Facility, SW pondAndresen & 50045.647326, -122.602326Site Map2/28/20093350000
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115AWNikki, Jordan, Jenni, Karmen, Reid (ARW)1stAndresen & 500 Value Village, SE pondAndresen & 50045.647528, -122.600201Site Map2/28/20091500000
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50AWNikki, Jenni, Britney, Reid (ARW)1stAndresen & 500, Mental Health Facility Andresen & 500Andresen & 500smaller than a football endzone 45.647326, -122.602326Site Map2/14/20093763000
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2/15/2016 22:07:04Tim Jack, Vickie1stAndresen and Burnt Br. Cr. West sidesmaller than a football endzone 45.635800, -122.600581Site Mapbetween 75% and 50%3between 1ft and 8 invery confident02/12/201610500less than 200PSRE heard/ observed, Two dead bullfrog tadpoles, waterfowl, water level too deep to reach island to survey island. Water temp 51 degrees.Bullfrog tadpole RACAT
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4073/9/2013 7:30:41Peter Ritson1stAndresen and Burnt Bridge Cr WestWest side of andresensmaller than a football field45.635800, -122.600581Site Mapgreater then 90%5between 2ft and 1ftvery confident3/8/20137020less than 200lots gambusiaFish (any species)
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3362/19/2012 14:27:01Peter, Jack1stAndresen, Burnt Br. Cr. Restoration NENE pondbigger than a football field45.635774, -122.597508Site Mapgreater then 90%1between 1ft and 8 invery confident2/18/2012240000
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3372/19/2012 14:32:41Peter, Jack1stAndresen, Burnt Br. Cr. Restoration SESE marsh areabigger than a football field45.635032, -122.597347Site Mapgreater then 90%1between 1ft and 8 invery confident2/18/2012526000Dead juvenile Bullfrog, 1 eggmass had eggs separating from eggmass.
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2602/15/2011 20:56:19Ann,Jack,George1stAndresen/SR500 SE pondbigger than a football field45.647528, -122.600201Site Mapbetween 90% and 75%2between 1ft and 8 invery confident2/15/2011900000Overcast, light rain. not as vegetated as the pond directly west.
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2592/15/2011 20:52:43Ann,Jack,George1stAndresen/SR500 SW pond bigger than a football field45.647326, -122.602326Site Mapgreater then 90%2between 2ft and 1ftvery confident2/15/2011180000less than 20Ducks,Heavy Vegetation, Water clarity better away from inlet, Overcast with light rain.
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1743/2/2010 16:27:58Randall Pearl3rdBackyard Pond4609 NE 142nd Stsmaller than a football endzone 45.724100, -122.62396Site Mapgreater then 90%1 than 2 ftvery confident2/26/20101030003rd egg mass - experimental fish exclusion caging in place
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1913/8/2010 11:47:39Randall Pearl4thBackyard Pond4609 NE 142nd Stsmaller than a football endzone 45.724090, -122.62393Site Mapgreater then 90%5very confident3/3/2010104000this is the 4th eggmass in my pond for 2010
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31AWRandall Pearl1stBackyard PondHighlands 4609 NE 142nd St 98686 WAsmaller than a football endzone 45.724019, -122.623939Site Map2/20/2008307000
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38AWRandall Pearl2ndBackyard PondHighlands 4609 NE 142nd St 98686 WAsmaller than a football endzone 45.724019, -122.623939Site Map3/19/20081560002nd survey - 3 of 6 masses have been vacated. Hatchlings evident in algae in edges of pond. 7th egg mass is disintegrated.
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55RWRandall Pearl2ndBackyard Pond4609 NE 142nd St, Vancouver, WA 98686smaller than a football endzone 45.724019, -122.623939Site Map3/8/20091020003/8/2009 21:26:53
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68RWRandall Pearl1stBackyard Pond4609 NE 142nd St, Vancouver, WA 98686smaller than a football endzone 45.724279, -122.623850Site Map3/2/2009510003/2/2009 15:08:13
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1502/13/2010 20:13:20Randall Pearl1stBackyard Pond4609 NE 142nd St45.724100, -122.623960Site Mapgreater then 90%1 than 2 ftvery confident2/13/2010101000
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1622/15/2010 16:22:06Randall Pearl2ndBackyard Pond4609 NE 142nd St45.724100, -122.623960Site Mapgreater then 90%5 than 2 ftvery confident2/15/20101010002nd egg mass
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78AWWayne & Carol CHandler (ARW)1stBeaver PondUnnamed tributary of Rock Creekbigger than a football field45.832851, -122.533914Site Map2/17/20081500100
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94AWWayne & Carol Chandler (ARW)2ndBeaver PondUnnamed tributary of Rock Creek45.832851, -122.533914Site Map3/2/200823601>200
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97AWWayne Chandler (ARW)3rdBeaver PondUnnamed tributary of rock creek45.832851, -122.533914Site Map3/8/200811501>200
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9RW, NDSRandy and Kate Kohlschmidt1stBrown East Pond31302 NW 31 Avenuesmaller than a football endzone 45.847516, -122.705015Site Map3/8/2009420360<100<100~100'x100' run-off pond, 2.5-3' deep, fairly open on south and west side, field grass and reed canary grass.Water was clear and distinctly warmer than the shaded ponds. RAAU egg masses were near water surface and easy to see. Most were attached to grass. ~1/3 in various stages of tail feature. Many PSRE and AMMA egg masses.3/9/2009 19:58:14
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105AWGeorge Brereton & Tricia Martinez (ARW)2ndBull Frog Pond I-5East side45.886005, -122.727611Site Map4/5/2008200000
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2893/15/2011 21:11:42Ann,Laura,Jack1stBurnt Br. Cr. / Andresen W. sidesmaller than a football field45.635110, -122.601124Site Mapgreater then 90%2between 1ft and 8 invery confident3/15/2011603000Overcast, light rain, Egg masses detiorating
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2/21/2015 16:47:01Brian, Diana, Jack1stBurnt Br. Cr./ Andresen E. Sidesmaller than a football field45.635978, -122.599203Site Map3between 2ft and 1ftvery confident02/21/20151200000Fish, Dense cattails, Deep silted areas, Ducks.Fish (any species)
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2/21/2015 16:49:03Brian, Diana, Jack1stBurnt Br. Cr./ Andresen W. Sidesmaller than a football endzone 45.634499, -122.600583Site Map2between 2ft and 1ftvery confident02/21/2015540000Ducks, Deep silt in areas, TrashFish (any species)
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65AWNikki, Will, Jordan (ARW)1stBurnt Bridge Creek (Large Pond)Andresen & 18thsmaller than a football endzone 45.635110, -122.601124Site Map2/7/20093601000
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70AWNikki, Will, Jenni, Britanny, Reid (ARW)2ndBurnt Bridge Creek (Large Pond)Andresen & 18thsmaller than a football endzone 45.635110, -122.601124Site Map3/28/20093501000
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104AWLinda, Philip,Patrick Kenyon1stBurnt Bridge Creek and Andresen"C" on map45.635110, -122.601124Site Map3/22/2008450000Extremely soft muddy bottom,very windy. The water moves here, not exactly a stream but a pond that water moves through.
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15AWLinda, Philip,Patrick Kenyon1stBurnt Bridge Creek and Andresen "B"West of Andresensmaller than a football endzone 45.63580, -122.600581Site Map3/22/200812620000Cooling down from warm day, snails (aquatic), dead mutated frog, tadpoles about 1/4" body, ducks(1pair), duck nests.
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3714/2/2012 9:48:43Amanda Robinson1stBurnt Bridge Creek and Andresen West side trailheadponds around trailheadsmaller than a football field45.634499, -122.600583Site Mapgreater then 90%5 than 2 ftvery confident3/26/2012607000mosquito fish present, 1 dead bullfrogBullfrog adult RACAT, Fish (any species)
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3452/27/2012 16:35:14Sonya Norton1stBurnt Bridge Creek East side 2 large ponds-westerly pondbigger than a football field45.635978, -122.599203Site Mapgreater then 90%1between 2ft and 1ftvery confident2/4/20121480000bankside vegetation nearly null. no aquatic vegetation. pond closest to andreson.
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56AWReid, Nikki, Will1stBurnt Bridge Creek NWAndresen & 18thsmaller than a football endzone 45.635850, -122.600581Site Map3/28/2009225200less than 20
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13AWKevin Tyler, George Fornes1stBurnt Bridge Creek RestorationWetlands immediately south between NE Pond and Burnt Bridge Creekbigger than a football field45.635978, -122.599203Site Map3/11/20081342400>20Relatively warm day, partly cloudy with a light breeze. This was my second visit to the pond, just to confirm absence of amphibians. We heard many frog calls so decided to look in the wetlands between the pond and Burnt Bridge Creek. This area was not previously surveyed due to time constraints. Behold, numerous RAAU egg masses were found and one mature PSRE was observed.
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82RW, NDSKevin Tyler1stBurnt Bridge Creek RestorationNE Pond Burnt Bridge Creek and Andresen near 18th Streetsmaller than a football endzone 45.635978, -122.599203Site Map2/18/2008470000Clear, sunny day, nice and warm. Slight wind from the east. Surface visibility was fair to poor in some places. Numerous waterfowl on pond.
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98AWKevin Tyler, George Fornes2ndBurnt Bridge Creek RestorationNE Pond and wetlands immediately south between pond and Burnt Bridge Creek Burnt Bridge Creek and Andresen near 18th Street 45.635110, -122.601124Site Map3/11/200834000>20Relatively warm day, partly cloudy with a light breeze. This was my second visit to the pond, just to confirm absence of amphibians. We did find numerous waterfowl using the pond and very little emergent vegetation. A couple AMMA egg masses were observed in the pond and one dead bull frog.
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2562/15/2011Ann, Jack, George, Louise1stBurnt Bridge Creek Restoration EAndresen/18th -- 1st East sidefootball field45.635978, -122.599203Site Map>90%<8 in.very confident2/15/20114500000yesRaining steadily, no egg masses
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2572/15/2011Ann, Jack, George, Louise2ndBurnt Bridge Creek Restoration EAndresen/18th --- 2nd East sidefootball field45.635774, -122.597508Site Map>90%8-12 in.very confident2/15/20119000000noRaining at first, but stopped raining and remained cloudy, no egg masses
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2582/15/2011Ann, Jack, George, Louise3rdBurnt Bridge Creek Restoration Efootball field45.635032, -122.597347Site Map>90%1-2 ft.very confident2/15/20115110000yesOvercast and cold, ducks, clearer water than other 2 ponds, 1 bullfrog tadpole, 1 AMMR egg mass
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1773/5/2010 20:53:44Tim Goodwin1stBurnt Bridge Creek wetland restoration areaAndresen and 18thbigger than a football field45.724279, -122.623850Site Mapbetween 75% and 50%2between 2ft and 1ftvery confident2/6/20104572000
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197*Jack Dojan, Laura Guderyahn2ndBurnt Bridge Creek wetland restoration area East bigger then a football field45.635909, -122.599139Site Mapgreater then 90%1 than 2 ftvery confident3/9/2010801000Water very clean but lots of algae and floating vegetation. Adult bullfrog present.RAAU eggmass falling apart.
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3462/27/2012 16:53:41Sonya Norton1stBurnt Bridge Creek,East sideeasterly of two pondssmaller than a football field45.635978, -122.599203Site Mapless than 50%1 than 2 ftvery confident2/4/20121480000pond drops of at 3' to 5'. thistle, sedge, duckweed in 3' wide band in pond's edge, iselet crossing W end of pond, will divide pond in two as water receeds, ducks. few small fish., 2 male chorus frogs and 1 RAAU observed. surveyed to 5-7 ft, or extension of frogstick

CORRECTION on same GPS, westerly pond; 84 minutes, 3-4 ft margin, then drop-off. surveyed to 5-7 ft, or extension of frogstick
Fish (any species)
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73AWGinger Parker J.T Mejia1stBurnt Creek trailCorner of fruit valley road and Bernie road Stewart Glen trailhead bigger than a football field45.673708, -122.687581Site Map2/9/20081050000Partly cloudy, high 40's, calm water, wind calm, some water fowl-Mallards, two herons, heard several frogs in area.
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