Not a birding question sorry

To: Kirri Hardy <>
Subject: Not a birding question sorry
From: Carol Probets <>
Date: Thu, 29 Mar 2018 17:56:30 +1100
Hi Kirri,

Jodi Rowley, who works at the Australian Museum, knows everything there is to 
know about frogs. There's a contact page on her website here: <> though it’s probably better to 
email Search and Discover at the Australian Museum as you can send the photo 
and they have people available all the time to answer ID questions: 

You might also be interested in their FrogID app, which is linked to a citizen 
science project: 
<> (note that this requires the 
frog to be calling).



> On 29 Mar 2018, at 3:23 pm, Kirri Hardy via Birding-Aus 
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> Hi all 😊
> JUST wondering if u could help me find someone that specialises in Australian 
> frogs of the NSW region/especially Mt Warning area
> I took a photo of what LOOKS like a Giant barred frog which is meant to be 
> endangered I've read...
> Anyone know details of a frog specialist? Just thought I'd ask 
> Thanks
> Kirri 
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