NPS photo by Linda Gordon Rokosz
The Missouri National Recreational River (MNRR) has multiple species of frogs, two types of toads and even a species of salamander. The entire list of amphibians found in the park is given below.
Did You Know?
Missouri National Recreational River supports several threatened and endangered species, including the endangered pallid sturgeon and interior least tern, and the threatened piping plover and the recently delisted Bald Eagle. More...