Just before Save The Frogs Day 2016, SAVE THE FROGS! Founder Dr. Kerry Kriger was interviewed by Alison Cole on the Animal Voices radio show, western Canada’s only radio program on animal advocacy and compassionate living. Frogs and other amphibians are crucial to the health of our planet and we can all do more to protect them from extinction.
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Thank you to all our supporters who are an integral part of the SAVE THE FROGS! community and help us create a better world for humans and wildlife. I founded SAVE THE FROGS! in 2008 with a vision of spreading amphibian awareness and connecting the worldwide community of amphibian biologists and enthusiasts. What was once merely a vision has become a worldwide organization that has transcended cultural and geographical boundaries to create a significantly better planet for amphibians and for humans. Read on to learn about our multitude of accomplishments!
Photo of Plectrohyla exquisita from Honduras courtesy of Tom Brown.
SAVE THE FROGS! is proud to announce that in 2013 we used over 90 percent of our incoming donations on amphibian conservation programs. That is much higher than the average nonprofit! We’ll have our 2014 financial data posted online soon. To help continue these programs, please donate and consider setting up a monthly recurring donation. The frogs … Continue reading Using your donations as efficiently as possible
SAVE THE FROGS! in Vanity Fair Magazine Thanks to James Wolcott for highlighting SAVE THE FROGS! in his November 5th, 2014 column in Vanity Fair: “For the rest of the year, I’m only donating money to SAVE THE FROGS!, Bat Conservation International, The Turtle Conservancy, and School of American Ballet.” Rana photo coutesy Pcappetto Continue reading Save The Frogs in Vanity Fair Magazine
I never had any fascination with frogs when I was growing up, Then when I was 20 I visited the rainforests of Costa Rica’s Osa Peninsula. I saw a treefrog calling from the side of a tree, and I was struck by how amazing and primitive it was. I felt pretty lucky to see something … Continue reading SAVE THE FROGS! Founder Dr. Kerry Kriger On Saving The Frogs