Join us in kicking off the 2015 FrogWatch season!

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January 12, 2015
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Interested in learning about frogs, frog calls, and frogs that are native to our area? Want to participate in a citizen science program that is fundamental to collecting long-term data on the nation’s frogs and toads.

This is your opportunity!

Wood Frog

Wood Frog

Join the Montgomery County FrogWatch Chapter! Everyone can become a volunteer. You do not need to be a frog and toad expert to help.


Montgomery County FrogWatch Training
Thursday, January 29, 2015
6:30pm to 8pm at the Rockville Memorial Library
Large Room 1st Floor
21 Maryland Ave
Rockville, MD 20850

Sign Up to Participate in FrogWatch and this Training


Montgomery County FrogWatch chapter volunteers help by adopting a site, monitoring the site during breeding season, and recording observations online. Breeding season is weather dependent, but usually runs from February through August.

Montgomery County will provide two volunteer training sessions: one classroom training and one field training in mid-March (exact date and time TBD).

During the 1st training session you will learn about frogs and about the FrogWatch program.  You will have the option of monitoring a pre-registered site by the County or registering your own site.

FrogWatch USA is a nation-wide volunteer frog and toad monitoring program run by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA).

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