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FrogWatchNYC

Time: January 27, 2012 at 6pm to February 20, 2012 at 7pm
Location: NYC area
Website or Map: http://www.aza.org/frogwatch/
Event Type: data, collection
Organized By: WCS/Teens for Planet Earth
Latest Activity: Jan 27, 2012

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The Wildlife conservation Society is looking for teams of 6-12 teens and at least 2 adults in the NY area to monitor local frogs, collect important information about them, and learn about wetland conservation. Training will be provided to introduce volunteers to citizen science, frog and toad biology and conservation, volunteering protocol, and how to identify frogs/toads by their calls.

Applications will be accepted though February 20th.

Please see www.frogwatch.org for information about the project, or contact Nalini Mohan or Allison Hague through the T4PE website for further information.

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