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Frog Night with Nunia


Join Nunia for a night walk at Colo-I-Suva and discover her fascination for frogs

25th April 2015

 

Saturday night 6.30pm - 8.30pm
 

Colo I Suva Forest Park

Hate frogs? Scared of frogs?

Join Nunia for a night walk at Colo I Suva and discover her fascination for frogs. They come in many colours, not just green as most people think.  

Nunia used to be terrified of frogs, lizards and snakes. On her first frog survey, she could not stand handling a frog and would chase it so that the next person could catch it. She now thinks Fiji's frogs are the cutest frogs in the whole world.

Meet: at the car park of Colo I Suva Forest Park at 6.30pm.

Minimum Age: 10 years.

Cost: $10 for NatureFiji member. $15 for non-member.

Estimated walk is 1.5 hours. Wear long pants and suitable shoes for walking.

Bring a torch and mosquito repellent. 

Buses from Suva bus station (aprox.$2, 30 minutes) or a faster taxi ride for $15-$20. 
Click Here to Email NatureFiji today to Reserve Your Place!

Become an NFMV member today!


Become a member and enjoy the discounted rate. Limited places available so book and make payment early. Contact :
 
Anna Billings annab@naturefiji.org t - 310 0598 
or 
Swee Kok sweekok@gmail.com t - 8338608

Nunia Thomas

Nunia Thomas, is the Director of NatureFiji, Fiji’s only local NGO for the conservation and sustainable use of Fiji’s biodiversity.

She is a passionate herpetologist and is often called upon for her expertise in biodiversity expeditions.  

Nunia is the Fiji NGO focal point of the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands, technical advisor on the government led American Iguana Eradication Campaign, National Protected Areas Committee and NBSAP Species working group.  

Prior to NatureFiji, Nunia was involved in planning and establishing long-term monitoring plots for invasive plants in two of Fiji’s protected areas; and conducted ecological studies on some of Fiji’s endangered species.
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