Date(s) - January 30, 2021
12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
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Frogs and toads are a vital part of our ecosystem and are considered an indicator species. Fluctuations in their populations can give us vital information regarding the overall health of their habitat. Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy’s amphibian monitoring program allows us to collect data which is compared over time to observe trends in populations and identify areas of population decline. Volunteers will monitor specific locations from February to August. During this training you will learn the various breeding calls of local frogs and toads and how to participate in the data collection. We are offering a 2nd virtual training session if you missed last week. Join us and participate in this exciting citizen science opportunity! Registration required.
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