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Calling all nature enthusiasts and conservationists! Cedar Run invites you to participate in our upcoming FrogWatch USA training session. Join us for an exciting opportunity to learn about amphibian conservation and contribute to vital research efforts aimed at protecting frog populations in our local area. As a part of the FrogWatch USA program, participants will receive training on identifying local frog species by their distinct calls, recording observations, and monitoring frog populations in nearby wetlands and habitats. Led by experienced educators, this training will equip participants with the knowledge and skills needed to become certified FrogWatch USA volunteers. Cedar Run serves as an ideal location for amphibian conservation efforts. Our diverse ecosystems provide critical habitat for a variety of frog species, making it an ideal setting for monitoring and research activities. By participating in this training, volunteers will play a crucial role in safeguarding the rich biodiversity of our local wetlands and contributing to global amphibian conservation efforts. No prior experience is necessary to participate in FrogWatch USA training. Whether you’re a seasoned naturalist or new to the world of amphibians, all are welcome to join our community of frog enthusiasts. This program offers a unique opportunity to connect with nature, learn about local wildlife, and make a meaningful contribution to conservation efforts. By becoming a certified FrogWatch USA volunteer, you will join a nationwide network of citizen scientists dedicated to protecting amphibian populations and their habitats. Your observations and data will help researchers track population trends, identify threats, and implement conservation measures to ensure the long-term survival of frogs and other amphibians. Join us and become a part of the FrogWatch USA community. Together, let’s make a difference for frogs and the ecosystems they call home. Register today and take the first step towards becoming a certified frog monitor and conservation steward. This event is geared for ages 8 and up. $15/adult and $10/child. Advanced registration required.