Corroboree conservation program…hop to it!

Here’s a nice story from the Border Mail.

Two schoolgirls, Zoe Twist and Juliet Whyte, both 9, have written a song to help the plight of the endangered corroboree frog (above) after they encountered them on a spotlight walk at Wonga wetlands in May.

Called “The Convincing Song”  the lyrics say

“Save the corroboree frog,” 

“Show some respect and let them live on”

The girls have already raised $100  to contribute to the Murray Catchment Management Authority’s corroboree conservation program, which is due to begin in September.

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