The Irish Wildlife Trust Cork Branch is conducting a survey in rural
and urban areas of Cork to learn more about the distribution and
preferred habitats of the Common frog. The surveying will start in the
spring when frogs start to spawn. The surveys will continue to be
undertaken through each stage of the frogs development and finishes in
the Autumn when frogs have mated and rest up for the winter.
The Cork Branch of the Irish Wildlife Trust is asking for YOUR help.
Volunteers are needed to assist with the survey. To find our more it
is important to attend one of their training sessions in one of four
locations: Fermoy, Bantry, Fota Wildlife Park and Millstreet.
This survey is funded by Fota Wildlife Park and managed by the Cork
Branch of the Irish Wildlife Trust.
Training sessions are listed below:
1. Sunday 23rd Feb 3:00-5:30pm at Fota Wildlife Park, Carraigtwohill,
2. Monday 24th Feb 6:30-8:00pm in Millstreet Enterprise Centre, The
Square, Millstreet, Country
3. Monday 3rd March. Fermoy 7:00-8.30pm in Fermoy Community Resource
Centre, 42 McCurtain St,
Fermoy, County Cork.
4. Tuesday 4th March. 7:00-8.30pm in Bantry Resource Centre,
Glengarrif Road, Bantry, County Cork.
To reserve a place or for further information contact:
Email:email@example.com or ring Katriona on 0872106373