Mini-BioBlitz FFF in Cooloola

Find a Frog in February

Cooloola Coastcare is surveying frogs in the Cooloola region as part of a long term, regional frog monitoring program called 'Find a Frog in February' (FFF) led by the Mary River Catchment Coordinating Committee (MRCCC).

What a great time was had!

Finding frogs in Cooloola...

and a few other things as a bonus.

Here's what happened...



A an intense period of biological surveying in an attempt to record all the living species within a designated area. Groups of scientists, naturalists and volunteers conduct an intensive field study over a continuous time period. 

Source: Wikipedia

Field Survey

Listening, counting and photographing


Videos of all the region's frogs

"One third of frogs worldwide, and one quarter in our local region, are threatened with extinction. Of immense concern is that eight of our most commonly seen species look like they are declining in recent times. Frogs are very sensitive to all components of our environment; water for breeding and hydration, soil and vegetation for hiding and feeding, and clean air to breathe, not only with lungs but through their skin! Unfortunately, this means that dangerous substances in the air or water can end up in their body. This is why frog presence is such a useful indicator of ecosystem health.

Eva Ford, MRCCC, Find a Frog in February Coordinator.

Program, Leaders & Tickets




Available NOW! Limit 40

Supper included.

Other useful info

See all the regional reports.

Photos, IDs & Tools

What to expect if you attend. 

Organise your own using these links to local providers.


*‘Find a Frog in February’ is a citizen science program delivered by the Mary River Catchment Coordinating Committee that enables the community to help close the knowledge gaps that exist for our local frogs. It covers the Mary, Noosa and Burrum River catchments and coastal areas from Peregian to Burrum Heads, including Fraser Island.

The last 'Find a Frog in February in Cooloola' was February 2023.


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Covid Safe Event

People should not attend the event if they have COVID-19 symptoms.