14 Oct 2019. BREAKING NEWS: It's with great pleasure we can announce the QLD Frog Society was successfully awarded a Community Sustainability Action Grant by the QLD Government for three threatened frog species.
Over $70k has been allocated for 3 years... READ MORE.
QLD Frog Society awards 2019 Research Grant
We are excited to announce the 2019 Ric Nattrass Research Grant has been awarded to Griffith University Ph.D student Thais Sasso Lopes to assist with her research on the recovery of the endangered Fleay's Barred Frog.
Stay tuned for the 2020 Grant application opening date.
'Be Toadally Sure' Campaign
We have launched this new campaign with the release of a great brochure, allowing you to 'be toadally sure' if you have a cane toad or a native frog. Check out the brochure here!
'Log A Frog' Online Mapping Tool Launched!
With the assistance of SEQ Catchments, we have developed an online tool allowing our Members to map the locations of frogs they have found which will help to contribute to our knowledge of species presence/absence and population data!
If you're a Member, you can check it out and contribute here!
Can I keep frogs and tadpoles as pets?
We have provided a thorough explanation regarding the laws and permits required under QLD legislation, plus the Society's position on keeping frogs and tadpoles as pets. Click here...
Welcome to the QLD Frog Society Website
Our aims are to encourage and foster an interest in frogs, to provide expert assistance and education for newcomers and undertake a continuous survey of the local native species to determine their relative abundance and distribution.