WORKSHOP: Become a WA frog scientist
|Become a WA frog scientist : Join us for a free workshop to help conserve frogs in Australian cities.
Love frogs? Keen to observe WA’s very own motorbike frog and contribute to meaningful science?
We’re looking for citizen scientists to join us for a series of free workshops that will help conserve frogs in Australian cities.
During the workshops you’ll learn how to conduct field surveys using the CAUL Urban Wildlife app. We’ll then visit nearby sites where you will put your newfound skills to the test during a practice frog survey.
The CAUL Urban Wildlife app is available on Android and iPhone, so simply attend one of our three workshops, bring your device and jump to it! If possible, please download the app in advance of the workshop: https://nespurban.edu.au/platforms/caul-urban-wildlife-app/.
Workshop times and locations
Saturday, October 19:
10am–12pm at UWA Crawley campus, Woolnough Lecture Theatre, Geology and Geography Building.
12pm–2pm at UWA Crawley campus, Woolnough Lecture Theatre, Geology and Geography Building.
Sunday, October 20: 10am–12pm at ECU Joondalup Campus, Building 7, room 103.
- Locations of venues on the Crawley and Nedlands campuses are
available via the Campus Maps website.
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