Nillumbik Landcare Network invites kids and their parents to join in some fun this Easter holidays with a nature education workshop. The workshop will provide information and hands on activities for kids to learn about frogs, their life cycle, adaptations, habitat and positive actions to help frogs, all with a focus on the threatened Southern Toadlet. We will also be learning how to use Melbourne Water’s Frog Census app in the hope that it will inspire families to get outside and help us look for the elusive Southern Toadlet. The workshop will be led by Leap into Nature founder, mum and zoologist Christina Renowden. Places are limited to 30 kids so get in fast to secure your spot!
Date: 10:45am—12:00pm Thursday 5th April 2018
Venue: Panton Hill Living and Learning Centre, 18 Bishops Rd, Panton Hill)
Please RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org or 0408 934 347 by Wednesday 4th April
Download the flyer for full details: Flyer-Southern-Toadlet-Event-2018-04-05.pdf