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Dear SAVE THE FROGS! Supporter,

Please join me online to learn all about frog conservation in California! On Wednesday September 25th from 11am-12pm San Francisco time, I will be joined by Wild Equity Institute Executive Director Brent Plater, who will discuss the city of San Francisco's illegal killing of endangered California Red-Legged frogs at Sharp Park. And SAVE THE FROGS! Advisory Committee Member Chris Berry will update you on our efforts to stop the importation of non-native American Bullfrogs into California, and provide ideas on how you can help. We welcome your questions, so join us online!

Register here to learn about California amphibian conservation.

Bullfrogs are being imported into California by the millions each year. They spread diseases and eat native frogs. The California Department of Fish & Game refuses to stop the importations even as they acknowledge the threat caused by the bullfrogs.


Watch our new video about the Amazing Amphibians of California!

Want to learn more about the amphibians of California? Watch this new video of ours! SAVE THE FROGS! Advisory Committee Chairman Michael Starkey discusses the natural history and ecology of many of California's amazing amphibians, the threats they face, and explains how YOU can help these incredible creatures from extinction!

Watch the video here!

Mountain Yellow-legged Frog, MYLF, Rana muscosa, Invasive Species, California Amphibians
Photo: Mountain Yellow-legged Frog, Vance Vredenburg


Frog Conservation In Bolivia

Belgian explorer Louis-Philippe Loncke and Peruvian adventurer Gadiel Rivera Sanchez are circumnavigating Lake Titicaca in Bolivia as part of their expedition TitiKayak. They are monitoring the coastline and helping take underwater photography of the habitat of 150km coastline. This work is in cooperation with Arturo Muñoz of the Bolivian Amphibian Initiative with a goal of helping preserve the lake’s endangered frogs. Learn more at:
http://bolivianamphibianinitiative.org and





The savethefrogs.com website nears 2 million visitors

I created the www.savethefrogs.com website in 2008. It has now educated 1,865,287 unique visitors about frogs and environmental conservation. Thanks for donating to SAVE THE FROGS! and enabling us to add so much fantastic content to the site!

"Yay, Kerry!!!!! This is such a great educational website. We are proud to support it and help this most critical cause of our time continue to gain momentum. Thank you for your indomitable spirit and hard work."
-- Kay Cookerly

Dallas Airport Frogs


Free Digital Birthday Card

Please download this card and send it to your frog loving friends on their birthdays. You can also post the card on your Facebook friend's walls on their birthdays so that the card gets maximum visibility and helps spread the word! And check out our SAVE THE FROGS! Birthday page!

Birthday Cards Frogs
This free downloadable birthday card features a Fringed Treefrog (Litoria eucnemis) I found in Papua New Guinea hanging out on a leaf in the rainforest.


Donate your car to SAVE THE FROGS!

Frogs are disappearing worldwide, and you can help save them! SAVE THE FROGS! is accepting donations of cars, trucks and RVs. We have partnered with a company that sells these vehicles at auctions or junkyards and donates a significant amount of the money earned to SAVE THE FROGS!. This company will pick up your used vehicle at any location in the United States. The process is simple and quick and helps our environmental conservation efforts. SAVE THE FROGS! is an IRS-approved 501(c)(3) public charity and thus all donations are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law.


Vehicle Donations


Thanks for being a pro-active part of SAVE THE FROGS!

Stay tuned for more amazing frog news!
Dr. Kerry Kriger
SAVE THE FROGS! Founder, Executive Director & Ecologist

Kerry Kriger
Save The Frogs Day 2013 in Medellin, Colombia


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Frogs are the most threatened group of animals on the planet: nearly 2,000 of the world's amphibian species are threatened with extinction and at least 150 species have entirely disappeared since 1979. SAVE THE FROGS! is America's first and only public charity dedicated exclusively to amphibian conservation. Your generous financial support makes our work possible!
Please donate at www.savethefrogs.com/donate

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