Meet Philip the Frog Prince!

He has been widely published in newspapers and magazines around the region and is expected to appear at Nyerimilang and Log Crossing on the weekend with Museum Victoria.

Even if he doesn’t turn up, a team of up to 25 Museum Victoria scientists will uncover and show you, up close and personal, things you have never seen about local fauna. Guaranteed!

On Saturday, Cassie Harrap will be there with her indigenous art, craft, and bush tucker, the (f)route van will look and taste good and the East Gippsland Landcare Network are launching their ‘Birds of the Gippsland Lakes’ book at 4pm.

On Sunday, walks, talks and displays at Log Crossing will reveal even more obscure fauna – possibly including Prince Philip, the Maniacal Cackling Tree Frog!

Please drop in during the times indicated below, bring kids and curiosity, and encourage others to participate – everyone of all ages who has attended these events has enjoyed this unique opportunity to spend time with internationally-recognised scientists and has come away engaged and delighted with the experience.

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