Well maybe not the frog itself, but a story about the frog.
Every Sunday in July the story of the Corroboree Frog will be told to any and all who would like to hear it at the Tidbinbilla Visitor Centre.
“Since the 2003 bushfires, staff at Tidbinbilla have worked to save the iconic species from extinction through a captive breeding program,” said Lisa Hogan, Visitor Services Managerfor National Parks and Catchments.
“This is a wonderful opportunity to hear about the success of the Corroboree Frog conservation program at Tidbinbilla, and learn how their natural home, high in the mountains of Namadgi National Park, has been rehabilitated over the last 10 years.”
What: Corroboree Frog breeding program
When: 1:30pm– 2pm, every Saturday in July 2013
Where: Tidbinbilla Visitor Centre, Tidbinbilla Road