Residents asked to eavesdrop to help save local species

6 Dec 2017
A male Wallum sedgefrog. Photo by Ed Meyer

Sunshine Coast residents are being asked to tune in to the sounds of a local threatened frog population to help preserve the local biodiversity.

A joint University of Queensland and QUT project will arm locals from a new housing development near Caloundra with smart acoustic devices to monitor the native frog species including the wallum sedgefrog, which is listed as vulnerable.

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