Friday 5 August, 6-7:30pm
Reservoir Scout Hall, Leamington Street, Reservoir - see Google map
Join James Frazer, Frog Census & Waterwatch Coordinator from Melbourne Water, and Julia Cirillo from MCMC Waterwatch, who will lead a presentation and discussion of “good” froggy habitat, wetlands and other Water Sensitive Urban Design infrastructure.
This workshop will cover biological information on local frog species, how to identify them, the key habitat elements for frogs, and how you can incorporate them at home, or as part of a conservation group.
This is a family friendly event. COVID safety guidelines will be followed.
Registration is nececessary - HERE. Light refreshments will be provided, so please indicate your dietary requirements.
The Friends of Edwardes Lake will be selling frog habitat plants – funds raised will go towards their continued conservation work.
This workshop is funded by Melbourne Water and the City of Darebin. Supported by Friends of Edwardes Lake and MCMC.
Photo: Perons Tree Frog at Plenty Gorge by Brendan Attard.