Frog Call Count
April 21 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Participate in a Citizen Science project at Hunt Hill! Citizen Science empowers ordinary people and volunteers to collect valuable data that contributes to specific scientific research. No prior experience is needed to participate.
Program Fee: Free, but donations are appreciated.
Location: Richard Grand Recreation Hall, Hunt Hill Audubon Sanctuary
Registration is not required, but strongly encouraged. Limit: 20 people
Join Hunt Hill to learn how to identify different types of frog calls at this citizen science program! After an overview of frog calls, we will go out to a nearby pond to count the number of different types of calls. By the end of this program, you will know how to conduct your own citizen science frog call survey on your own property.
No prior experience needed. Please dress appropriately for the weather and mosquitoes.
Ways to Register for a Program:
- Select the BROWSE & REGISTER to register online. For guidance, please read the step-to-step guide on “How to Sign Up for a Program or Event” via Perfect Mind.
- Call 715-635-6543 & pay via credit card over the phone (Mon-Fri, 9:00am-4:00pm).
- Visit our office. Note: Check and cash are also accepted when registering in-person.
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