|Town/Region||Baritú National Park, Calilegua National Park, Campo de Los Alisos National Park|
|Continent||Central and Latin America|
|Date||25 Jun 2019|
Two species of Marsupial Frogs in Argentina were rediscovered after time lapses of 20 and 25 years without registries. However, a third species, Calilegua’s Marsupial Frog is still missing and is one of the “Most Wanted” lost amphibians species of the world.
The main aims of this project are to start a monitoring program for the two rediscovered species and to make reliable records of the missing Calilegua’s Marsupial Frog. We will expand our passive monitoring program in combination with species recognition software. We will conduct a year-round bioacoustics survey in three National Parks with historic registries of the species.
This project aims to make a rapid inventory and to train park rangers to make standardized methods of anuran monitoring inhabiting Yungas Andean forests in three National Protected Areas.
Read about Martín's previous project https://www.rufford.org/projects/mart%C3%ADn_boullhesen or for more information contact: