Frog Watch is a Citizen Science program that teaches volunteers to collect and report information on local frog populations, promotes an appreciation for frog diversity, and fosters an understanding of the importance of wetland ecosystems.
You do not have to be a frog expert to make an important contribution! We will teach participants the various kinds of wetland ecosystems where they might locate frogs, how to identify local frog calls, and how to record their data.
Frog Watch training will be held in the Cargill Learning Center. It is free for anyone to come, no registration required.
Call 316-266-8388 for more information.