It is our great pleasure to invite you to the next Frogs Victoria event:
Monsoon, mud and mozzies: Modelling the distribution of a range-restricted frog, by Matt Clancy
Thursday 2nd April 2020
From 6 pm for dinner and drinks (available for purchase).
Talk starts at 7:30.
April’s presenter is Matt Clancy, Research Assistant at The University of Melbourne and passionate herpetologist and wildlife photographer. Matt will present “Monsoon, mud and mozzies: Modelling the distribution of a range-restricted frog”.
Developing models of the distribution and habitat requirements of species is fundamental to conservation planning, especially for species with narrow habitat requirements or restricted distributions. Matt will cover the objectives and outcomes of his honours project studying the Howard Springs Toadlet (Uperoleia daviesae), the first frog to be recognised as threatened in the Northern Territory.
We are hoping to film the event, so if you can’t make it, we will be posting it to our You Tube channel as soon as we can following the talk.
Hope to see you on the 2nd of April!
Thankyou all for your continuing support,
P.S. Please get in touch if you have an idea for a presentation. We are looking for speakers for 2020 and would love to see you talk!