Corrie Pieterson, left, FGCU class of 2003, holds a flashlight for George Agobian, an FGCU graduate student in environmental science, as he makes a record of the different species of frogs the group hears on Wednesday night near a corner of Alico Road and Ben Hill Griffin Parkway in Estero. Frogs are considered to be an 'indicator' species, meaning their health and numbers are a reflection of habitat quality. The FGCU group, led by Win Everham, spent the night monitoring the frog population to gauge the environmental vitality surrounding FGCU.

Photo by TRISTAN SPINSKI, Daily News

Corrie Pieterson, left, FGCU class of 2003, holds a flashlight for George Agobian, an FGCU graduate student in environmental science, as he makes a record of the different species of frogs the group hears on Wednesday night near a corner of Alico Road and Ben Hill Griffin Parkway in Estero. Frogs are considered to be an "indicator" species, meaning their health and numbers are a reflection of habitat quality. The FGCU group, led by Win Everham, spent the night monitoring the frog population to gauge the environmental vitality surrounding FGCU.

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