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Guided frog watching

Help identify and record local frog species at the Tirhatuan Wetlands as part of the City Nature Challenge.
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Southern brown tree frog on a branch in the forest

Do you enjoy spending time in nature?

Become a local citizen scientist and join us at Tirhatuan Wetlands to help identify and record local frog species. 

This activity is hosted by David De Angelis, a local naturalist and environmental educator with a keen interest in the conservation and biology of frogs and reptiles. 

During this activity you will:

•    hear and identify the calls of different frog species 
•    learn about the key features used to identify frogs
•  learn about frog biology and habitats

This activity is free. Bookings are required and spaces are limited.

The City Nature Challenge runs from Friday 29 April and Monday 2 May 2022. Join Knox as we compete with cities around the world by taking pictures of wild plants and animals.

Join the City Nature Challenge

Please respect our plants and wildlife when taking photos and tread lightly.


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Details

When

Saturday, April 30, 2022

05:30 PM - 07:30 PM

Where

Tirhatuan Wetlands 

Rowville VIC 3178.

Cost

Free

Contact

For more information, please contact our Biodiversity team on biodiversity@knox.vic.gov.au or 9298 8000.

Location

-37.931847312377, 145.212112

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