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Frog finding: walk and talk

Join us and the Australian Museum to learn how you can play a role in conservation as a citizen scientist

Produced by the City of Sydney

Please note: This event has been rescheduled for Tuesday 5 November.

Frogs are in trouble. Australia has a pretty bad track record when it comes to frog conservation. We’ve already lost four of our 240 known native frog species, and there are many more perched on the edge of extinction.

The Australian Museum is doing something about it: it’s called FrogID.

The FrogID app allows the task of plotting frog locations in the hands of everyone who owns a smartphone.

Join this walk and talk with the FrogID team at Sydney Park. They’ll discuss why frogs are important and what they’ve already learned from the data collected by citizen scientists, including right here in Sydney.

Meeting at Sydney Park, you’ll walk around the wetlands to learn about what frogs live there, and also how to use FrogID.

This event is suitable for with an interest in wildlife conservation and frogs

What you will learn:

  • About frogs and why they are important
  • How to use the FrogID app

Tickets are limited, bookings are essential.

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When

Tuesday 5 November 2019 from 6.45pm to 8.45pm

Cost

General: $5

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