|Spend the time||outdoors|
(contact host chapter to sign up; trainings listed on http://www.aza.org/become-a-frogwatch-volunteer/)
Training will go over simple recommended equipment (something to record time and temperature, data sheets, writing instrument, etc.)
|learn about the wetlands, help conserve amphibians|
|Report the calls of local frogs and toads.|
FrogWatch USA Chapters are overseen by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums and are hosted and managed by zoos, aquariums, and like-minded organizations.
At a training session hosted by a local chapter, volunteers will learn to identify local frog and toad species by their calls during the breeding season and how to report their findings accurately. By mastering these skills, volunteers gain increased experience and control over asking and answering scientific questions which, in turn, augments science literacy, facilitates conservation action and stewardship, and increases knowledge of amphibians.