I am working on a several related projects at the moment. The Frogs of Tamborine Mountain includes the Common Frogs of Tamborine Mountain poster and soon-to-be pocket guide featuring eleven of the most commonly encountered frog species on Tamborine Mountain, a plateau in the Gold Coast hinterland of South East Queensland. The second phase of the project involves expanding the information and species list to include all of the frogs found on Tamborine Mountain. From there I would like to expand the list further to cover the Gold Coast and Scenic Rim region, which stretches from the coast, about 100 km west to the foothills of the Great Dividing Range. While the Common Frogs of Tamborine Mountain only includes 11 species, the Frogs of Tamborine Mountain includes 28 species and the Frogs of the Gold Coast and Scenic Rim will included over 40 species, so it is definitely a long-term project. Stay tuned!

Red-eyed Tree Frog (Litoria chloris) photographed at Cunninghams Gap, Queensland, Australia by Hunter McCall of McCall Wildlife Photography
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