SAVE THE FROGS! Bangladesh Co-Founder & Executive Director
Nurul Islam is the Executive Director of SAVE THE FROGS! Bangladesh, Asia's leading amphibian conservation organization. Nurul also serves on the SAVE THE FROGS! Advisory Committee, and is an intern student of Veterinary Medicine at the Chittagong Veterinary & Animal Sciences University (CVASU) in Chittagong, Bangladesh. Nurul volunteered more than 300 hours to SAVE THE FROGS! prior to joining our staff. He successfully coordinated the 4th Annual Save The Frogs Day with 14 events in Bangladesh in 2012. His primary research interests are amphibian diseases, effect of pesticides, threats identification and mitigation, monitoring the population trend and conducting community education. Nurul aims to protect amphibians and raise environmental awareness among Bangladesh's people. Nurul has received the 2013 Marie Kirchberger Award for Amphibian Conservation, the 2012 Save The Frogs Day Award, the Whitley Wildlife Conservation Award, and Bat Conservation International's 2013 Conservation Impact Award. He is a curator of a citizen science project entitled Amphibians in Bangladesh, a part of iNaturalist's Global Amphibian Bioblitz.
2013: Marie Kirchberger Award for Amphibian Conservation. $1,000
2013: Bat Conservation International's Conservation Impact Award
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