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Frogs are an essential part of our natural environment. They help to control the populations of some insects and are a food source for other predators, such as snakes, goannas, freshwater turtles, egrets, kookaburras, antechinus, etc.
The Moreton Bay region is home to a wide variety of frogs including threatened species such as the Wallum froglet and Giant barred frog.
Council conducts an extensive range of revegetation programs across the regions parks and natural areas aimed at supporting all native wildlife.
Interactions between frogs and the invasive cane toads are complex. Find more about what Council is doing about cane toads.
Residents of the region can support native frog populations through a number of ways, including recording and reporting your sightings through the FrogID app.
Find out more about frog identification, refer to Council’s frog brochure.
Creating a frog friendly backyard can be an enjoyable and rewarding experience. Some ways of attracting frogs to your backyard include:
Council runs a Voluntary Conservation program which encourages the protection of native plants and animals on private land, to restore and improve wildlife habitat.
Bushcare is another program run by Council, which encourages volunteers to actively participate in working bees to improve local bushland.