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63 Anderson St, Manunda 4870 QLD
ph:+617 4032 0844
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Join us as we go on the search to determine what frog species inhabit our region, with a particular focus on endangered species, with data collected going to various citizen science projects.
We will be on the lookout for Litoria myola (Kuranda), Litoria nannotis (Crystal Cascades, Davies Creek), Litoia rheocola (Crystal Cascades, Babinda) and Litoia dayi (Babinda, Crystal Cascades). We will have both books as well as a free App to help us identify and record the frogs calls and sightings.
We will learn about the species we find and what impacts are affecting their populations.
training provided. Please bring a head torch if you have one, otherwise specify upon booking if required.
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