Human overpopulation is a primary driver of the amphibian extinction crisis and as our numbers have grown to more than 7 billion, humans have killed off tens of thousands of other species. But we can still save the amphibians that also deserve to live on Earth by choosing to stop hogging the planet! So, if … Continue reading Feeling Tender? Think About The Hellbender.
On behalf of SAVE THE FROGS! and California’s endangered amphibians, on November 18th, 2013 SAVE THE FROGS! Founder Dr. Kerry Kriger submitted the following letter to the US Fish & Wildlife Service’s official call for public comment related to its proposal to protect three of California’s threatened amphibian species: “I am a professional biologist with a Ph.D. in environmental … Continue reading Protecting the Yellow-Legged Frogs and Yosemite Toads
Less than 14 individuals of the Giant Squeaker Frog are known to survive Kumasi, Ghana, October 23, 2013. After four years of intensive search for the Krokosua Squeaker Frog (Arthroleptis krokosua), a team of scientists from the nonprofit SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana (http://savethefrogs.com/ghana) found the critically endangered frog at Ghana’s Western Region Sui River Forest Reserve. … Continue reading One Of The World’s Rarest Frogs Finally Found
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) seeks your comments on their proposal to list as endangered species the Sierra Nevada Yellow-Legged Frog, all populations of Mountain Yellow-Legged Frogs that occur north of the Tehachapi Mountains, and the Yosemite Toad! They also seek your comments regarding their proposal to designate critical habitat for these species. … Continue reading Help save the Yellow-Legged Frogs and Yosemite Toads
Want to learn more about the amphibians of California? SAVE THE FROGS! Advisory Committee Chairman Michael Starkey discusses the natural history and ecology of many of California’s amazing amphibians, the threats they face, and explains how YOU can help these incredible creatures from extinction! Watch the video here: http://youtu.be/UQwtFFJ2_BI Photo: Mountain Yellow-legged Frog, Vance Vredenburg Continue reading Learn about the Amazing Amphibians of California!
Ghana is home to 84 known amphibian species: 78 frogs, 5 toads and a caecilian. Ghana does not have salamanders or newts. With your support, SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana will ensure that every one of these species survives long into the future! Advisory Committee Chairman Michael Starkey was able to see many species of frogs … Continue reading An Introduction to the Frogs and Toads of Ghana