The Giant Squeaker Frog Is Now Officially Listed As Critically Endangered

SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana’s efforts have resulted in a huge victory for the Giant Squeaker Frog (Arthroleptis krokosua). From 2015 through early 2019, SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana Co-Founders Dr. Kerry Kriger and Gilbert Adum campaigned for the re-categorization of the Giant Squeaker Frog by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN), from Near Threatened to Critically Endangered. Success was achieved in March 2019 with the IUCN officially re-categorizing the frog as Critically Endangered. This new listing will help the Giant Squeaker Frog receive significantly increased protections and will enable conservation groups like SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana to more easily secure funding for conservation programs in and around the frog’s habitat in western Ghana. Continue reading The Giant Squeaker Frog Is Now Officially Listed As Critically Endangered

Save The Frogs Day Mega Protest In Accra To Prevent Mining Of The Atewa Forest

As part of this year’s Save The Frogs Day celebrations, SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana will join forces with local groups to campaign in Accra on June 5th, 2019. STF! Ghana members and other protesters will march to the seat of government and the Forestry Commission of Ghana to demand an immediate termination of impending bauxite mining operations at the Atewa Range Forest Reserve. Continue reading Save The Frogs Day Mega Protest In Accra To Prevent Mining Of The Atewa Forest

Frog Hunting In Nepal: Research Results From The 2017 SAVE MANASLU’S FROGS! Expedition

In 2016, I led a project in saving the stream dependent mountain frogs (locally called “Paha”) in the highlands of Manaslu Conservation Area, Nepal. Paha are hunted widely in the mountains of Nepal, including the lower settlements of Manaslu, primarily for food use and secondarily for presumed health benefits. Continue reading Frog Hunting In Nepal: Research Results From The 2017 SAVE MANASLU’S FROGS! Expedition

Leap Forward Into A Frog-Friendly Classroom with Nicole Green of Animalearn

Let’s put the life back into the life sciences. Frogs are one of the most commonly dissected animals in science classrooms today. Fortunately there are hundreds of innovative frog friendly resources that can be used to teach students anatomy without having to sacrifice amphibians. In the video you will learn how you can help save frogs from dissection by converting to more humane and environmentally-friendly 21st century tech learning tools. Continue reading Leap Forward Into A Frog-Friendly Classroom with Nicole Green of Animalearn

SAVE THE FROGS! Grants

Since 2009, SAVE THE FROGS! has disbursed $99,799 in grants, to 47 amphibian conservationists in 16 countries (Argentina, Australia, Bangladesh, Brazil, Colombia, Estonia, Ghana, India, Liberia, Madagascar, Mexico, Nepal, Nigeria, Paraguay, Tanzania and the USA).  We award these grants to talented conservationists who share our love of amphibians and our desire to protect them. SAVE THE … Continue reading SAVE THE FROGS! Grants

SAVE THE FROGS! Travel Grants

SAVE THE FROGS! Travel Grants assist early career conservationists who require financial assistance to travel to professional conferences, educational trainings or field sites.

In January 2019, SAVE THE FROGS! awarded $2,575 in travel grants. Travel Grant applications are NOT currently being accepted.

You can learn about other SAVE THE FROGS! Grants here. (You can also fill out the grants notifications form on that page to stay updated about when Travel Grant applications re-open).

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