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SAVE THE FROGS! news from around the world

Dear SAVE THE FROGS! Supporter,

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The Kwabeng Chapter of SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana takes action

When I visited Ghana in September 2011, there was virtually no environmental education taking place in the country, and certainly none related to frogs. So I am pleased to announce that the Kwabeng Chapter of SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana has been conducting educational presentations in schools near critical amphibian habitat (near the Atewa Forest). They give lecture on the importance of frogs and why to save frogs and other creatures in our environment. Other projects we have going on in Ghana right now include restoring the Wewe River, which runs through the KNUST university's campus, and restoring the degraded habitat of the critically endangered Giant Squeaker Frog. Stay tuned for a lot of amazing updates from our volunteers and staff in Ghana! Help support our efforts by ordering yourself a SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana 100% organic cotton t-shirt.

Ghana frog education

Kwanbeng save the frogs


First photos from the SAVE THE FROGS! Belize Ecotour

The SAVE THE FROGS! Belize Eco-tour has officially begun! Starting on June 19th, our group began traveling all over the beautiful country of Belize, led by SAVE THE FROGS! Ecologists Michael Starkey and Kathlyn Franco. The first frog of the ecotour was a beautiful Sabinal Frog Leptodactylus melanonotus:
Frogs of Belize

And who couldn’t love the charming face of a Gulf Coast Toad, Incilius valliceps?Gulf Coast Toad

Read about the trip and see more photos here.


Video: Save The Frogs Day in Mexico

Watch this TV coverage of Save The Frogs Day in Narayit, Mexico featuring Dr. Victor Luja of SAVE THE FROGS! Mexico. Dr. Luja's events were funded by a $905 Save The Frogs Day Award made possible by Nature's Path Envirokidz Cereal.

Watch the video here!

Mexico frogs


Amazing Frogs of India

These beautiful frog photos from India are courtesy of SAVE THE FROGS! Advisory Committee Member KV Gururaja.

Yellow Bush Frog (Raorcheste luteolus):




Fejervarya rufescens:

Microhyla ornata:

Pedosties tuberculosus:

Rhacophorus malabaricus:
Rhacophorus malabaricus:




On behalf of our volunteers around the world, thank you for your support!!

Have a great weekend!
Dr. Kerry Kriger
SAVE THE FROGS! Founder, Executive Director & Ecologist
Kerry Kriger
Live in Bogota, Colombia at the University of the Andes, April 2013

"What a fantastic organization! Invaluable work to protect amphibians and their habitats, thus protecting other species inhabiting the same habitats."
-- Ursula Hakman, Ireland

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