Re "Field hearing on amphibians was a stacked deck" (Editorials, Aug. 10): For millions of years, amphibians have been an important link in the food chain, feeding on insects and are prey for other creatures. This means that they are a part of a mountain ecosystem that improves air and water quality. Their habitat, high-mountain meadows and lakes, must be protected for a chance at survival.
The yellow-legged frog and Yosemite toad need your support.
-- Karen Christine Irwin, El Cajon