Join us for our first monitoring field trip on Monday, March 14. This will be an evening field trip, and we will review the FrogWatch monitoring protocol and then conduct a monitoring session together a half hour after sunset. Plan to meet at 7:30 pm at the small parking lot across the road from the Hofwyl-Broadfield Plantation. On the map (below), the parking area is marked with a black X and is located at 31.304652, -81.460692. From here, we will walk along an unpaved nature trail about .3 miles to a 9-acre borrow pit pond, which will serve as our demonstration monitoring site.
The dirt trail is wide and well-maintained, but sturdy closed-toed shoes and long pants are recommended. Everyone must bring their own flashlight or headlamp, along with a backup. Data sheets and other materials to review for the session will be provided.
Following the monitoring session, we can spend some time exploring along a trail that loops around the pond. We will be walking between the large borrow pit pond and an old canal where we can expect to see and hear more frogs as well as other wildlife. Anyone attending the monitoring session is welcome to join!
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