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Spend time outdoors and become a community scientist with Marin Water’s Frog Docent Program! Help protect the foothill yellow-legged frogs, a federal and state species of special concern, by monitoring habitat conditions and educating hikers at Little Carson Falls. Learn about the frogs in the Marin watershed by joining our online event on March 5th. To complete the training to be a volunteer docent then you must also join our meeting on March 12th. Both will be held on zoom from 9:00am to 10:30 am. Your monitoring efforts, plus the knowledge you share with other visitors on the watershed, supports the health of Mt. Tamalpais and keeps people connected to this special environment. Volunteers that have not previously participated in the program are required to attend two training sessions. As a returning volunteer, you can skip the first Zoom meeting if you'd like. The second training is mandatory for anyone who wants to volunteer this year. We hope that all Docents will conduct at least three observational visits this spring. The Frog Docent Program is great for individuals, pairs or whole families. If you are signing up as a group, please just fill out one form and include the names and ages (if under 18) of everyone in your party. Volunteers under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. To register, click here: