Frog Watch Training Workshop
What: Frog Watch Training Workshop
When: 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. • Tuesday, March 14, 2017
Where: Great Swamp Helen Fenske Visitors Center – 32 Pleasant Plains Road, New Vernon
Registration: Required. Space is limited.
Do you know your spring peepers from your wood frogs? What does a leopard frog sound like and can they be found in your neighborhood? Join GSWA and Tedor Whitman of Cora Hartshorn Arboretum for this hands-on training session to become an official FrogWatch volunteer. FrogWatch is a citizen science program that uses volunteer’s observations to create a database of frog and toad sightings, helping to establish long-term and large-scale data on amphibian populations. During the training, you’ll learn how to recognize different species of frogs and toads from their appearance and calls, and how to record your observations into the database. We will work with you to select places around the region to monitor and you will be frog counting in no time!
P.O. Box 300
New Vernon, NJ 07976
568 Tempe Wick Road
Morristown, NJ 07960
973-538-550 - GreatSwamp.org