Frog Walks

There are 9 frog and toad species in New Brunswick, of which 7 reside in the Hyla Park Nature Preserve in Fredericton!  Hyla Park Nature Preserve is Canada’s First Amphibian Sanctuary, and gets its name from the Gray Tree Frog (Hyla versicolor). 

Hosted by the Nature Trust of New Brunswick, free tours – or Frog Walks – are offered every Thursday at 7pm from July 14 - August 30.  Enjoy an evening learning about amphibians and their habitats as well as exploring wetlands and other biodiversity found in the Preserve.

Space is limited so please sign up ahead of time; email: engage@ntnb.org .

July 14 - August 30

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