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Sandra Owusu-Gyamfi

Sandra Owusu-Gyamfi: SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana Campaigns Coordinator

Miss Sandra Owusu-Gyamfi is SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana’s Advocacy and Campaigns Director. She holds a masters degree in Environmental Conservation from the University of Greenwich and an undergraduate degree in Environmental Science from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology.

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Join The 2021 SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana Frogging Safari

In September 2021, a worldwide team of amphibian biologists will spend three weeks in Ghana assisting the SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana team in their efforts to educate Ghanaians about the country’s amphibians, and to protect some of the world’s most endangered frog species. SAVE THE FROGS! will incorporate a 12-day/11-night ecotour into the Expedition so that adventurous frog lovers can experience the amazing Ghanaian wildlife; meet hundreds of SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana volunteers, supporters and staff; and have a thoroughly unforgettable travel experience.

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Tesla Park Assembly Bill Approved By California Legislature

Fabulous news: the California legislature has approved Assembly Bill 1086, which would allow the Department of Parks and Recreation to sell the portion of the Carnegie State Vehicular Recreation Area (known as the Alameda-Tesla Expansion Area or Tesla Park), that has never been opened for public use, to a local public agency or non-profit organization […]

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SAVE THE FROGS! Ecotours Survey

If you are interested in joining one of our amazingly frog-filled SAVE THE FROGS! Ecotours, we want your input! Please help us develop future ecotours by completing the survey below so that we know where and when you want to travel. Your input helps ensure we create tours that align with your travel goals, thus increasing your chances of being able to join us on a future frogging adventure. Your input means a lot to us, so we thank you in advance!

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Frog Artist Jessie Robertson

Ever since I can remember, I have been filled with a great love for frogs and toads. I was ecstatic whenever I found one and would spend hours watching them and creating art pieces of them in a variety of mediums.

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Costa Rica Amphibian Diversity

Amphibians of Costa Rica: Diversity & Threats

We are pleased to announce an upcoming SAVE THE FROGS! Webinar featuring amphibian biologist Victor Acosta Chaves discussing “The Amphibians of Costa Rica: Diversity & Threats”. This free online presentation will feature amazing photos of Costa Rica’s amphibians and an abundance of information on their ecology, the threats they face, and ways to save them.

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Costa Rica Ecotour For Families

We strongly recommend the SAVE THE FROGS! Ecotours for families, and urge you to support this wonderful organization and their efforts to save the frogs of the world! Our family joined SAVE THE FROGS! for the July 2017 Costa Rica Ecotour.

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Volunteer Opportunity: Google Adwords Expert

SAVE THE FROGS! seeks a Google AdWords expert to review and update our AdWords account so that it meets Google’s compliance requirements and can once again be used to assist our worldwide efforts on behalf of amphibians.

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Amazon Ecotourism

Eco-Tourism Matters: Help Save Frogs in the Ecuadorian Amazon!

SAVE THE FROGS! Ecotour Participant Kerry Vineberg shares her experience from her travels to Ecuadoer with SAVE THE FROGS! and discusss the valuee of ecotourism.

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Bequests, Planned Giving & Estate Gifts

By adding SAVE THE FROGS! to your will or other estate plans, you will be ensuring a lasting legacy that will secure healthy habitats for frogs and other amphibians. Your gift will enable SAVE THE FROGS! to prevent the extinction of these beautiful and important animals so that future generations can enjoy them, and so that Earth’s ecosystems remain intact far into the future.

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