Merri Creek Management Committee

Part One

 

Part Two

 

To download the WW training manual referred to in the webinar, go to https://www.melbournewater.com.au/water-data-and-education/get-involved/be-citizen-scientist/water-quality-volunteers.

Waterwatch groups supported by MCMC Waterwatch: https://www.mcmc.org.au/get-involved/community-citizen-science-water-monitoring.

To be kept informed of when the field component of this Waterwatch training will be run please subscribe to the MCMC "events like Waterwatch training" subscription list here: https://www.mcmc.org.au/get-involved/subscribe.

 This Waterwatch workshop was proudly funded by the Cities of Darebin, Moreland and Yarra.

Join MCMC’s Waterwatch Coordinator, Darebin's Environment Officer and Darebin Libraries for a froggy adventure from the safety of your living room! This webinar will take you on a virtual walk and talk to discover the City of Darebin’s local frogs. 

City of Darebin. The place to liveDid you know there are over ten different types of frogs you can hear on a walk around Darebin including Eastern Froglets, Marsh Frogs and Banjo Frogs? Learn to recognise different frog calls using the Melbourne Water Frog Census App and help collect citizen science data to help scientists protect and manage frog habitat. Find out what you can do at home and nearby to increase and protect our special frogs.

 Proudly funded by the City of Darebin.

common froglet mcmcLooking for a fun activity to do? This webinar will take you on a froggy adventure from the safety of your living room! to discover the City of Darebin’s frogs.

There are over eight different types of frogs you can hear on a walk around Darebin, including Eastern Froglets, Marsh Frogs and Banjo (Pobblebonk) Frogs. Learn to recognise different frog calls using the Melbourne Water frog census app and collect citizen science data to help protect and manage frog habitat.

Celebrate National Science Week by joining this froggy adventure from the safety of your home or class room!  
There are around eight different species of frogs found in the City of Whittlesea, including Eastern Froglets, Marsh Frogs and Banjo Frogs. Learn to recognise their frog calls using the Melbourne Water frog census app

This free webinar was hosted by Julia Cirillo, Merri Creek Management Committee’s Waterwatch Coordinator, and  Peter Grenfell, Darebin Creek Management Committee’s Education Officer, and shows you where you can go in the City of Whittlesea to listen for frogs and how to collect data to help protect and manage frog habitat.