FrogWatch SA and the FrogSpotter group of apps was developed by Zoos SA with sponsorship from Beach Energy, The City of Onkaparinga’s Creek Recovery Program, Natural Resources Adelaide & Mount Lofty Ranges, Natural Resources SA Murray Darling Basin and Natural Resources South East.
Countless experts from state, local government, business, and non-government organisations provided data, direction and advice. The project could not have been conceived or implemented without them.
Special mention is made of the generous support of:
- Macquarie Universities’ 2015 Professional and Community Engagement Program and the Faculty of Science and Engineering. Daniel Hill, in particular, contributed significantly to the development of the interactive Frog ID Tool, based on regional keys developed by Steve Walker.
- David Stewart, Nature Sound, for the provision of our Rhinella marina audio file.
- Dale Roberts, University of Western Australia, for the provision of our Litoria cyclorhyncha audio file.
- The Museum of Western Australia for permission to use and adapt Litoria cyclorhycha text from their Alcoa Frog Census program.
- The Environment Protection Authority SA for the use and adaptation of web content from their 1994-2007 Frog Census Program.
- Steve Walker for the use of his regional frog keys, photos, frog call recordings and his infinite knowledge of frogs.
- The Museum Victoria, South Australian Museum, Australian Museum, Museum of the Northern Territory and the Queensland Museum for approval to use and adapt species description text developed as part of the Museum Victoria’s Field Guide Project.