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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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Gilbert Adum Wins £70,000 From Whitley Fund For Nature (2019)

Congratulations to SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana Executive Director Gilbert Adum for winning another grant award from the prestigious Whitley Fund for Nature. With this award of £70,000 (USD $89,894), Gilbert and his team will advocate for a substantial area at Sui River Forest Reserve to be designated as a Globally Significant Biodiversity Area (GSBA).

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Preparing For A Career In Herpetology

SAVE THE FROGS! Founder Dr. Kerry Kriger was recently interviewed by a young frog enthusiast about preparing for a career in herpetology (the study of amphibians and/or reptiles). So as to assist anyone looking to achieve success in their herpetological pursuits, we have posted the interview here. We hope you find it useful!

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Kathmandu Frog Survey 2019

The major objective of this program was to explore the status of frogs in and around the ponds of Kathmandu valley. Our team of three members surveyed around 20 ponds of Kathamandu valley and identified three species of frogs and toads (Duttaphrynus stomaticus, Euphlyctis cyanophlyctis, and Hoplobatrachus tigerinus).

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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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Sandra Owusu-Gyamfi On Saving Ghana’s Frogs And Females In Science

In September 2019, SAVE THE FROGS! Journalist Romina Vosoughi interviewed SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana’s Sandra Owusu-Gyamfi about her experience saving Ghana’s frogs from extinction, being a woman in science, educating youth and politicians about amphibians, and her plans for the future.

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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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Join the 2020 SAVE THE FROGS! Costa Rica Ecotour For Families

We invite you to join the SAVE THE FROGS! Costa Rica Ecotour For Families! This amazing family-focused adventure will encompass the rainforest, cloud forest, volcanoes, and beaches, and an abundance of opportunities to find and photograph amphibians.

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The Story Of The Introduced Marsh Frog

The marsh frog (Pelophylax ridibundus) is Europe’s largest frog species and was intentionally introduced to the UK in the mid-1930s. Marsh frogs are now predominantly found in south-east England, having expanded from their original introduction site in Kent to the surrounding counties.

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Save The Frogs in Cambridge, United Kingdom – September 18th, 2019

You are invited to a one of a kind SAVE THE FROGS! event in the United Kingdom! Join us in Cambridge on September 18th, 2019 from 2-5pm for an afternoon of amphibian conservation presentations and discussions at world-famous Cambridge University.

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