In an increasingly urban world, open spaces such as the Frog Pond Wetland Preserve provide a refuge for resident and migratory wildlife as well as humans. The Monterey Peninsula Regional Park District places a high priority on maintaining and enhancing the Frog Pond's wildlife habitat.
Frog Pond Wetland Preserve's 17 acres are open to the public to experience the value of open space and experience wildlife including frogs, deer, hummingbirds, lizards, and more. The habitats housed in the Preserve offer great opportunities for nature study, education, recreation and inspiration.
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