We can all channel our inner amateur researcher and make a valuable contribution to science.
Do you have any photos of frogs being bitten by flies? Submit them to our study to help in frog conservation.
Thousands of sick and dead frogs are turning up around Australia. If you see one, let these scientists know.
As the weather warms up, UNSW researchers name some of their favourite bushwalks and the ways citizen scientists can help them by collecting data along the way.
Frog calls and DNA reveal the loudest Australian frog is not one but three different species.
The Australian Museum’s FrogID Week is on again – this year, you can get involved to help understand the impact of summer bushfires and drought on our fragile frog population from.
Many Australian frogs may not have been as devastatingly impacted by last summer’s fires as feared – but scientists need more data to assess the impact further.
UNSW researchers have won coveted Eureka Prizes for their contributions to science communication and national citizen science outreach.
Dr Jodi Rowley explains why frogs are so vital for healthy ecosystems, how she is working to conserve them and the positive impact she has already made to the study of amphibians in South-East Asia.
A new species of green treefrog – with distinctive orange hands, orange feet and iridescent purple inner thighs – has been discovered in northern Cape York Peninsula.