LIVE: PUBLIC Q & A with Forestry, Parks & Wildlife on the state of the mountain chicken tomorrow at 2:30pm


Mountain Chicken Frog aka ‘crapaud’ of Dominica

DNO in partnership with Forestry, Parks and Wildlife division will be bringing a live Q & A from 2:30pm Tuesday 23rd November.

A representative from the division will be responding to questions that arose from the report that are only 30 Mountain Chicken Frog are left in Dominica.

The public is also free to pose their questions in the comments on DNO and via the Facebook live.


The live coverage is made possible by the kind support of  Jungle Bay Dominica.

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  1. Man bite dogs
    November 27, 2023

    The answer to your question Ibo, we can always have Kentucky fryed chicken. 😂😋🍗

  2. Ibo France
    November 27, 2023

    There should be an indeterminate ban on the hunting of these innocuous, native creatures.

    When the mountain chickens become extinct are we gong to pursue the national bird as an alternative source of food?

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