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April 12, 7:30 pm9 pm.

Did you know frogs can make different sounds for different reasons such as chirps, barks, grunts, peeps, beeps, croaks and quacks? Join experts from FrogWatch USA to listen, monitor and identify native frogs who call Newtown home. A great opportunity to get outdoors while collecting important data that will help protect wetlands and local frog & toad populations.

FrogWatch USA is a national community science project focused on inspiring conservation through education. We are grateful to bring this important event to the community in partnership with The Peabody-Beardsley-Maritime FrogWatch Chapter.

On the evening of the event, please meet in the parking area of Dickinson Park off of Deep Brook Rd. Guests should wear appropriate attire and mud proof/waterproof hiking boots, bring a headlamp or flashlight. All children must be accompanied by an adult.

Dickinson Park, Brushy Hill Rd. entrance just past skate park off of Deep Brook Rd, Newtown, CT
Limited to 45 guests
Ages: 10 and up (All children must be accompanied by an adult)


50 Elm Dr
Newtown, CT 06470 United States