What is FrogID Week?

FrogID Week is Australia’s Biggest Frog Count, held annually for Australians to help record frog calls as a measurement of frog health and distribution around the nation. It aims to monitor frog distributions over time, helping us to understand how frogs and their ecosystems are responding to a changing planet. FrogID Week 2020: Friday 6 to Sunday 15 November.

FrogID Week Informing Frog Conservation

With the data obtained during FrogID Week, we are able to gain an ‘audioshot’ of Australia’s frogs each year. Scientists can match FrogID call submissions to weather and habitat, learning more about how different frog species are responding to a changing environment, but we need your help! With FrogID, citizen scientists just like you can help record frog calls as a measurement of frog health and distribution around the nation.
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Get Involved in FrogID Week

Submit your recordings during FrogID Week and help save Australia’s frogs.

Sign up from the app

Download the FrogID app, create a FrogID account, find, record and help match your frog calls.

Sign up from a computer

Create an account or group at frogid.net.au then download the FrogID app to record frog calls out in the field!

FrogID Week 2019 highlights

Nov 8, 2019 - Nov 17, 2019
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Nadiah Roslan
Project Coordinator: FrogID | Australian Museum Research Institute Australian Museum 1 William Street Sydney NSW 2010 Australia T 61 2 9320 6264 M 61 403 935 744 E nadiah.roslan@australian.museum

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