- Departs from:
63 Anderson St Manunda 4870 QLD
ph:+61 475 956 163
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Connected Communities is Conservation Volunteers Australia's current schools program. With Boral’s support, we are able to assist school communities to educate and inspire young Australians to take action for the future of their environment.
The Myola Tree Frog (Litoria myola) is a critically endangered species of frog found only in the Kuranda/Myola region. Closely related to the Green-Eyed Tree Frog, these frogs hang out along the edges of local creeks, where their calls are easily heard.
We will be helping to improve the habitat for this unique species, focusing on particular creeks in the region where populations are well known. We will wander out from 7pm onwards to a few of these creeks and look and listen for the presence of these frogs.
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