Have you ever wanted to help scientists collect data that will make a difference in local wetland communities? Are you interested in becoming a voice for conservation in your community? Do you enjoy visiting wetland areas and listening to frogs? The FrogWatch USA, a new citizen science conservation program, is for you! FrogWatch USA is a frog and toad monitoring program where volunteers learn the calls of local species, identify them by song in the field, and record their findings. By collecting data, volunteers not only contribute to knowledge about wetlands and which frog species are found in their area, but they will also be able to educate members of their community about wetland conservation. To date, the data gathered by citizen scientists throughout the country has provided information about frog distribution, wetland health, and climate impacts.