Become a FrogWatch monitor

Mar 06, 2014

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.

Classes are held at 700 Main St., Edmonds, and field trips will be scheduled.  Class options are 6:30-8:30 p.m. March 26 or April 30.

Registration fee is $18 for Edmonds residents, $21 for all others, plus $10 supply fee.

Instructor is Thayer Cueter, Pacific Northwest Frogwatch USA Chapter Coordinator.

Kids aged 10 and up are welcome, if registering with an adult.  Call 425-771-0230 or register online at

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