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FrogWatch USA is a field-based program where you use your ears to distinguish among the calls of frogs and toads at wetland sites. However, participation in FrogWatch USA extends beyond the sound-focused field aspects by allowing you to explore and communicate visually the information collected by you and other volunteers, both past and present. This can be done through maps, as well as graphs and charts. To help you get started, FrogWatch USA has created some “starter” maps designed to answer interesting research questions and guide you through some of the mapping tools available. We encourage you to customize each of these maps based on your own interests, and to share them with your family and friends and with other FrogWatch USA volunteers.

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Where in my area has a certain species been recorded? Where around the country has a certain species been recorded?

Did any sites near me report data for 2014? How have observations changed over time? What areas might need more FrogWatch USA volunteers?

Where in my area are different habitats being monitored? What species are found in a given habitat?

FrogWatch USA is a field-based program where you use your ears to distinguish among the calls of frogs and toads at wetland sites. However, participation in FrogWatch USA extends beyond the sound-focused field aspects by allowing you to explore and communicate visually the information collected by you and other volunteers, both past and present. This can be done through maps, as well as graphs and charts. To help you get started, FrogWatch USA has created some “starter” maps designed to answer interesting research questions and guide you through some of the mapping tools available. We encourage you to customize each of these maps based on your own interests, and to share them with your family and friends and with other FrogWatch USA volunteers.

Get started with these maps:

Does a FrogWatch USA chapter have sites near me? Which chapters have the most sites?

What kinds of species are found in my state? Does my state have more FrogWatch USA observations than other states?

In which land use type (suburban, urban, or rural) are most volunteers monitoring? How is the species composition affected by the type of land in the area?

FrogWatch USA is a field-based program where you use your ears to distinguish among the calls of frogs and toads at wetland sites. However, participation in FrogWatch USA extends beyond the sound-focused field aspects by allowing you to explore and communicate visually the information collected by you and other volunteers, both past and present. This can be done through maps, as well as graphs and charts. To help you get started, FrogWatch USA has created some “starter” maps designed to answer interesting research questions and guide you through some of the mapping tools available. We encourage you to customize each of these maps based on your own interests, and to share them with your family and friends and with other FrogWatch USA volunteers.

Get started with these maps:

Use this interactive map to locate a FrogWatch USA chapter near you.

This map shows all FrogWatch USA registered wetland sites, with or without observations.

This map shows FrogWatch USA wetland sites with one or more monitoring observations.