In an ongoing effort to lessen the impact on the environment and to respond to guests in the timeliest manner possible, the Sunriver Resort Engineering team is getting out of their trucks and onto their bikes. When a maintenance call comes in around the lodge, the team now loads up their bike trailer with tools and pedals across the resort to fix whatever needs fixing. Ride on guys!
In early spring, the Western Toads lay thousands of eggs in Lake Aspen next to the Sunriver Nature Center. By mid-summer, the tadpoles from those eggs have grown legs and arms, resorbed their tails, and begin to amass on the shores of the lake. Some environmental factors trigger their motivation to move and in some years, Sunriver has seen hundreds of thousands of one-inch-long toads migrating from the lake out into the meadow and forest. The toads are mostly terrestrial, unlike frogs who need to live right near a body of water, and in about three or four years, they'll be ready to lay their own eggs.
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