Join our grassroots conservation program! FrogWatch USA is a citizen science program that allows individuals and families to learn about the wetlands in their communities and help conserve amphibians by observing and reporting the calls of local frogs and toads. Many previously abundant frog and toad populations have experienced dramatic population declines both in the United States and around the world and it’s essential that scientists understand the scope, geographic scale, and cause of these declines.
All are welcome to attend our FrogWatch USA training. Families, adults, teens, groups – anyone can help gather important information about amphibians in the Fort Wayne area and contribute to real conservation efforts!
Training classes will be held in the board room, located inside the Guest Services building. Bring a sack lunch or snack.
There is no fee to attend and you need only attend ONE of the classes. Training dates are February 16 and 23. Spaces are limited to only 35 people per session, so register now to reserve your spot!
To register for the training or get more information, contact the Zoo Volunteer Office at 260-427-6828 or email@example.com. You’ll be a part of real effort to preserve the natural wonders in your own back yard.