Learn more about our local frogs and how you can help them with our free event on Wednesday 16 October from 7pm. Book now! Spots are limited.
On Wednesday 16 October from 7pm, join us for our FrogID Trackers event for a walk and talk.
We will meet at Harold Corr Community Centre for a short talk about the FrogID project, app and why it’s important to track and identify local frogs with our frog expert from the Australian Museum of Research Institute’s Science Communications and Project Coordinator, who is an expert in all things frog related. We’ll then set out for a brief walk to Werrington Creek where we’ll use the app in a real life setting and track our local frogs.
The event will end at 8.30pm. All children must be accompanied by an adult.
Only 15 spots are available for our FrogID Trackers event! Please book by emailing the number of people who are attending to email@example.com
What to bring
Please bring a torch, insect repellent, a raincoat in case it rains and your phone with the free FrogID app downloaded.
Download the app from here.
What to wear
Please wear closed in shoes and something warm in case it’s cool when we venture out for our walk to Werrington Creek.
What is FrogID?
FrogID is an award-winning national citizen science project that aims to help track and identify our local frogs through their free phone app. The app records frog calls and allows you to note the location where the frog was found before submitting it for experts to use the information to identify its species.
The project aims to understand where frogs are thriving and where they are not, and track where they move in our ever-changing environment so we can protect them.
If you miss out on the event, check out the National FrogID Week (Monday 8 November – Sunday 17 November).
Dates & Times
No upcoming occurrences.