Here’s how you can become a FrogWatch USA monitor
FrogWatch USA is a hands-on tool for learning about amphibians and wetland conservation that also helps scientists with their studies on amphibian population trends. This national citizen science workshop covers identification of local amphibians and how to collect vital data, and it’s available in Edmonds.
Instructor is Thayer Cueter, Pacific Northwest Frogwatch USA Chapter Coordinator and founder of the Just Frogs Toads Too Amphibian Center on the Edmonds waterfront. Kids ages 10 and up are welcome, if registering with an adult. Registration is $18 for Edmonds residents/$21 non-residents, plus a supply fee of $10.
You have your choice of the following workshop days: 1/22, 2/19, 3/26 or 4/30, from 6:30-8:30 p.m., at Frances Anderson Center, 700 Main St. in downtown Edmonds. Field trips to be announced.
Register in advance with Edmonds Parks & Recreation, 425-771-0230, or visit www.reczone.org.