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Official SAVE THE FROGS! Newsletters

February 14th, 2009

Dear SAVE THE FROGS! Supporter,

Before I get down to the important business of announcing our most recent major improvements to the SAVE THE FROGS! website (www.savethefrogs.com), I wanted to first let you know that between now and Saturday February 21st, every 5th person to order a 100% organic cotton SAVE THE FROGS! t-shirt will receive a free 24” x 36” Frogs of Australia poster, featuring 15 of the best frog photographs I have ever taken.
http://savethefrogs.com/frog-store/index.html

All proceeds from these fantastic looking shirts go towards SAVE THE FROGS! amphibian conservation efforts, such as offering grants to amphibian biologists, providing free educational materials to schools, building our Amphibian Legal Defense Fund and Habitat for Frogs Fund, and further development of the savethefrogs.com website.
http://savethefrogs.com/frog-store/index.html

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The FrogForum has arrived:   
http://savethefrogs.com/frogforum
This is a discussion board where users can log in to post their thoughts or ask questions about anything related to amphibians or the environment. This is a great way to get ideas out and to get people talking about amphibian conservation. We currently have sections for teachers, students, scientists, job seekers, people who want to help spread the word, and more…please have a look and join in the conversation! Thanks to SAVE THE FROGS! volunteer website developer Michael Labbe for setting up and administering the FrogForum.
http://savethefrogs.com/frogforum

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The FrogBlog has arrived:
http://www.savethefrogs.com/frogblog

I’ll be using this page to (1) let you know what we’re up to here at SAVE THE FROGS!; (2) inform you of any important news in the world of amphibian conservation and environmental affairs; and (3) to keep you up to date on any major additions to the www.savethefrogs.com website. Thanks to SAVE THE FROGS! volunteer website developer Wes Thompson for setting up the FrogBlog.
http://www.savethefrogs.com/frogblog

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SPREAD THE WORD webpage:
http://savethefrogs.com/spread-the-word/index.html

Want to help us get the word out regarding the amphibian extinction crisis? Please visit this brand new webpage, which has (1) lots of great frog photos you can add to your website to advertise our cause; (2) flyers to post around school; (3) announcement paragraphs to add to your blog or mailing list, or to email to your friends; and (4) other tools to help educate the public about the largest mass extinction event in the past 65 million years.
http://savethefrogs.com/spread-the-word/index.html

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Follow us on Twitter:
http://twitter.com/savethefrogs

Twitter is a fantastic website that allows us to keep you posted about our day-to-day activities here at SAVE THE FROGS!, and on breaking news in the world of amphibian conservation. It’s also a great way to meet others involved in environmental conservation. Please sign up if you don’t yet have an account, and then click yes to follow us. Thanks to SAVE THE FROGS! volunteer Jon Jarzyna for getting us set up on Twitter.
http://twitter.com/savethefrogs

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Cool Frog Fact of the Day:
World’s Smallest Frog - The smallest frog is the critically endangered Cuban frog Eleutherodactylus iberia. These frogs measure only 10 mm (0.4 in) when fully grown. They are threatened by pesticides, and by large-scale mining operations that destroy their habitat.

Read more Cool Frog Facts at:
http://savethefrogs.com/cool-frog-facts/index.html

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How to Help SAVE THE FROGS!, Tip of the Day:
Your batteries - Approximately 15 billion batteries are produced worldwide each year. Batteries are packed full of toxic heavy metals (e.g. mercury, lead, cadmium, and nickel) that can cause limb malformities in frogs. Purchase rechargeable batteries. They will save you money and reduce your ecological footprint. And always recycle your batteries when you're done with them, so that their toxins do not leach into the environment. It helps to keep a bag for old batteries in your house. When the bag fills up, take the batteries to the local electronics store or auto battery store for proper disposal/recycling.  

Find out more ways to help SAVE THE FROGS! at:
http://savethefrogs.com/how-to-help/index.html

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Save The Frogs Day is April 28th, 2009. Find out how you can get involved:
http://savethefrogs.com/day

Thanks for your support, and please help spread the word by forwarding this email to your friends!
Kerry

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Dr. Kerry Kriger
SAVE THE FROGS! Nonprofit Organization
Founder, Executive Director & Chief Ecologist
www.savethefrogs.com
www.savethefrogs.com/kerrykriger.html

P.O. Box 2145
Centreville, VA 20122 USA
kerry@savethefrogs.com

"All this will not be finished in the first 100 days. Nor will it be finished in the first 1,000 days...but let us begin."  -- John F. Kennedy