Archive for August, 2011

SAVE THE FROGS! Dissection Campaign on CBS & FOX TV

Tuesday, August 30th, 2011

SAVE THE FROGS! is making great progress on our campaign to get frog dissections out of all US public schools by 2014. In May we we got nationwide news when nine California schools dropped their entire animal dissection programs. Today Central Coast News (CBS-46/FOX-35 California) highlighted our campaign with this 2-minute video:

Learn more about dissections and our campaign at:

Frog Dissections

Frog News: July 14th to August 4th, 2011

Monday, August 29th, 2011

Dwarf Frog Culprit In Salmonella Outbreak
TylerPaper   August 4, 2011

Pasadena approves first phase of Devil’s Gate project
Mercury News   August 3, 2011

Parasite Creating Deformed Frogs in Western U.S.
National Geographic   August 3, 2011

Fungus Pushes Frogs Toward Extinction
NBCWashington   August 2, 2011

Ryder lake toads on the move
Chilliwack Progress   August 2, 2011

Terry Jones Urges Frog Lovers To ‘Bring Out Your Dead… Frogs’
VentnorBlog    August 1, 2011

A boy, a frog, a knife
SFGate   August 1, 2011

Tucson monsoon brings pet danger in form of toxic toad
Fox11AZ   August 1, 2011

Veterinarian removes screw from hungry toad
Sun Herald   July 28, 2011

Hunt is on for London’s scaly frogs and lizards to help save our own skin
London24   July 28, 2011

The end is in sight for amphibian fungal disease
e! Science   July 27, 2011

Amphibian invasion? Nope, just mating season
Merced Sun Star   July 26, 2011

Tiny toad found in Australian desert
Science News   July 26, 2011

Frogs are dying in record numbers. Now you can help scientists study this problem.
io9   July 26, 2011

Night critters provide a musical interlude: Frogs, toads and insects fill the air with relaxing sounds
Chron Life   July 22, 2011

“Extinct” Toad Thrives in Lab
National Geographic   July 21, 2011

For the love of your pet: Frogs and dogs
Victoria Advocate   July 21, 2011

Zoologger: How deaf-mute frogs talk to each other
New Scientist   July 21, 2011

Lost Rainbow Toad Found After 87 Years
Wired Science   July 14, 2011

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Frog News: Week of August 5th to August 29th, 2011

Monday, August 29th, 2011
Frog News: Week of August 5th to August 29th, 2011

Ten new species of amphibian discovered in Colombia
The Telegraph   August 29, 2011

Endangered arroyo toads cling to existence in the Tehachapi Mountains
Los Angeles Times   August 26, 2011

Could zooplankton save frogs from deadly epidemic?
MongaBay   August 26, 2011

Can Toads Predicts Bad Weather Ahead?
SevernaParkPatch   August 25, 2011

Watching frogs for lake health
CottageCountryNow   August 24, 2011

Courting frogs
Bend Bulletin   August 23, 2011

Toads on high: tracking and photographing boreal toads
High Country News   August 22, 2011

Rare Toad Species Found in Western Australia
International Business Times   August 20, 2011

Global Amphibian Declines: Researchers complete first major survey of amphibian fungus in Asia
Uni-protokelle   August 19, 2011

Over 80 percent of rediscovered species still face extinction
MongaBay   August 18, 2011

Kirkheaton dump could be reopened for household waste
Huddersfield Daily Examiner   August 17, 2011

Many frog species call D.C. area, and possibly your garden, home
Washington Post    August 17, 2011

Life-Saving Frogs
British Council   August 17, 2011

Changing tones make it hard to pick frog out of crowd
Orillia Packet and Times   August 5, 2011
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