FrogCensus

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Eavesdropping on frogs at night is heaps of fun and you can do it throughout the year – best on calm, mild nights after rain. No previous knowledge required- come and join us!! The 2020 Training seminar dates are now available- you can choose one of three 

Tue 29.09., Wed 30.09. and Thu 01.10., 18:00 to 20:30 each night.

A theoretical part will be followed by a hot soup diner and finished off with a practical frog ID session while walking through the wetlands.

You can book your spot on the Jerrabomberra Events page by following this link.

Looking forward to talking frog with you!!

Here an awesome find – Neobatrachus sudellaethe spotted burrowing frog, along with Crinia signnifera, C. parinsignifera and Limnodynastes tasmaniensis, was “caught” after >30mm of rain frolicking in the ponds of the Arboretum!!- Have a listen to the beautiful calls

Want to enter your survey data??

LINK TO Frogwatch DATA PORTAL– for site information and data entry – click here or use this link https://frogwatch-act.naturemapr.org/

(Unfortunately, the webpage is currently under re-construction. Please be patient with us, email us if you have any concerns).

Follow this link to get some tips on how to navigate through the Frogwatch data portal

For downloading:

To take to the field with you:

Frogwatch Census Kit

The NKit Coverational Water Week Community Frogwatch Kit contains all the information you need to participate in the annual Census. Hard copies of the Frogwatch Census Kit will be available at our training events, or on request to the Frogwatch Coordinator. Please note that the links below take you to an older version of the Census Kit. Most information is still valid but we do use a different method for the online data entry now, have extended the survey period to all of October, and utilise a different field data sheet (see above)!! Find updated contact details here

Ask the Frogwatch Coordinator for the latest edition. Alternatively, you can download the whole Frogwatch Census Kit 2008_PDF (11.3 MB) or just some parts of it:

  1. About Frogwatch, including the Frogwatch Monitoring Strategy (1.1 MB)
  2. Frog Species of the ACT and Region (2.8 MB)
  3. Frogwatch Monitoring (1.3 MB)

 

Want to brush up on your identification skills??

Follow this link to come to our frog ID practice page, where you can learn to id single frog species and whole choruses!!