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Frog Spotting

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Published December 1st 2008
With frog populations rapidly diminishing all over the world, you need to get out and see them in short order so you can tell your grandkids about the funny little hoppy things.

Especially with guys like this around.

One of the best ways to see frogs in Sydney is the Twilight Frog Spotting Adventure at the Royal National Park.

From the website:

"We will begin our twilight walk as the sun is setting and walk along the Garawarra Ridge and say goodnight to the daytime animals. Then with the aid of a candlelit dinner (BYO FOOD) learn about the forest night creatures.

After dinner renowned Author of 'Frogs and Reptiles of the Sydney Region' Ken Griffiths will be on hand to help identify frogs that may be out and about. Learn about the fragile world of frogs and how you can make a difference to their survival."


The next frog adventure will be on the 6th of December (Saturday) from 7pm to 10.30pm. It costs $15 for adults and just $10 for children.

See the website for information on how to book your place and where to meet. (Garie Road is here).


Why? Catch the little critters before they disappear.
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When: The occasional Saturday night. Check the website.
Where: Royal National Park
Cost: $15 for adults, $10 for kids.
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