Montgomery County is a chapter in the nationwide FrogWatch USA program! Our chapter is an exciting way for individuals and families to participate in citizen science and to learn more about amphibians and the wetlands they live in. The Montgomery County chapter has existed since 2015 and is kicking off its fifth year of monitoring
Did you know that 14 types of frogs and toads call Montgomery County home? Our local frogs and toads are helpful indicators of the health of our waters (along with just being cute!). They have porous eggs and can breathe through their skin, which makes them susceptible to environmental change. That’s why they are used
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!
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