Port Kembla, NSW
- Departs from:
- Office at 7.50. North Wollongong Train Station at 8am and Albion Park Train Station at 8.25am. Call CVA on 42289246 to specify pick up point please.
- Departure time:
Port Kembla is a coastal community an hour and a half drive South of Sydney, or just 10 minutes South of Wollongong. The industrial port in the North merges with a lively coastal community and the majestic white sand beaches stretching to the South.
Inhabiting industrial land, urban areas and the coastal fringe, the Green and Golden Bell Frog is under pressure from human impacts on the environment. However, we know there is a small but valuable population existing in Port Kembla. There are a range of constucted habitats throughout the port and CVA will be working with Ports NSW to maintain the pond within Heritage Park.
Through the use of citizen science and guided surveys we also aim to get a better understanding of where frogs are in Port Kembla, what kind of habitat they are living in and how they are responding to changes in their enviornment.
Participating in this project will see a CVA Team Leader lead you in surveys across the site, and you will get an opportunity to contribute to the maintenance of these important habitats. You will also learn to understand how the Australian Museums Frog ID App works.
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