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Climate Change - Global Warming - call it what you like, it's wreaking havoc on frog populations from Yellowstone to the UK, and is a significant threat to frogs in cloud forests worldwide. We've created a webpage specifically addressing the threat to frogs caused by global warming. Want to learn why populations of the Columbia Spotted Frog, shown above, are disappearing? View the climate change webpage here.

And take action!
Our goal is not to ADAPT to climate change; our goal is to PREVENT it! We can't do that without your financial support. Please DONATE TODAY so we can make sure that frog habitats worldwide don't dry up!

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Charter Memberships!
Our Charter Membership period has been extended to September 10th. That's the final cut-off to become a Charter Member of SAVE THE FROGS! and have your name permanently listed on the savethefrogs.com website. And of course there are FREE GIFTS! So please join SAVE THE FROGS! today and help us protect amphibian populations worldwide.

Car Donations

Or a truck or boat? You probably do. What are you going to do with it when it dies, or when you decide to get a newer model? DONATE it to SAVE THE FROGS! Wherever you are, we can pick it up and provide you a receipt for tax-deductibility purposes! It's quick, easy and helps SAVE THE FROGS! Learn more here.


Frog Poster of the Month!

Dear SAVE THE FROGS! Supporter,

We are pleased to present the August 2009 Frog Poster of the Month, a fantastic contribution from SAVE THE FROGS! supporter Brandon Alms. This 18x24" poster is a composite created in Photoshop using all of Brandon's own original photographs.

The poster features 29 different frogs, including: Red-eyed tree frogs, poison dart frogs, peacock frogs, big-eyed tree frogs, flying frogs, clown frogs, tanzanian tigerleg frogs, orange-eyed treefrogs and glass frogs. Butterflies, caterpillars, crickets, grasshoppers, ladybugs and fireflies also appear on this one-of-a-kind, limited edition poster.

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And as always, all poster orders from SAVE THE FROGS! always get you a FREE How To Help Save Frogs educational poster.

Remember, 100% of proceeds from the SAVE THE FROGS! store go to fund our efforts to prevent the largest mass extinction event in 65 million years, so please help out by ordering the August 2009 Frog Poster of the Month today!

Live in Northern Virginia?
SAVE THE FROGS! Founder & Executive Director Dr. Kerry Kriger returns to the East Coast after a two month West Coast lecture tour. Come see his FREE presentation on frog extinctions this September 17th. Get the details on the Events page. 

Keep the lectures free!
Stopping amphibian extinctions will not be possible without an educated public. Please DONATE TODAY so we can continue offering FREE public lectures on the amphibian extinction crisis!

The vast majority of our society is completely unaware that amphibian populations are rapidly disappearing worldwide, so we always try to make news wherever we go. While in San Francisco giving a lecture on amphibian extinctions at the California Academy of the Sciences earlier this month, SAVE THE FROGS! Founder & Executive Director Dr. Kerry Kriger met up with Wayne Freedman of San Francisco's ABC7 News. The story ran on the Friday 5pm news. Read the article and watch the news clip here.

We make news because of your support!

Please donate to SAVE THE FROGS! today so that we can continue educating our society about frog extinctions and the ways everybody can help SAVE THE FROGS!

Please pass this message on to your friends and family, and help us spread the word about amphibian extinctions. Together we can SAVE THE FROGS!

Dr. Kerry Kriger
SAVE THE FROGS! Founder, Executive Director & Ecologist

Kerry Kriger

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