Information shared about Green and Golden Bell Frogs in the Illawarra this week

Endangered: A Green and Golden Bell Frog. Pic: NSW Dept of Environment, Climate Change and Water.
Endangered: A Green and Golden Bell Frog. Pic: NSW Dept of Environment, Climate Change and Water.

Anyone wanting to know more about the Green and Golden Bell Frog can attend a workshop on Tuesday. Conservation Volunteers Australia is hosting the informative session on frogs of the Illawarra and is providing information on how people can record what they find. It’s funded by the NSW Government, Port Kembla Community Investment Fund in association with NSW Environmental Trust.

The workshop starts at 6.30 at Port Kembla Community Centre with presentations from a local frog expert and the Australian Museum on a new Frog ID App.

That will be followed by a wetland walk at Coomaditchy Lagoon to look for frogs and record their calls in their natural habitat.