California’s Off Highway Motor Vehicle Recreation Division (OHMVR) is planning to let intensive off-road vehicle use destroy the upland habitats of Tesla Park’s frogs and salamanders! SAVE THE FROGS! is joining an effort led by Friends of Tesla Park to preserve the historic and natural resources of this parcel. Please submit your comment asking the California State Parks to prohibit … Continue reading Save Tesla Park’s Amphibian’s from Off Road Vehicles
Here is a message regarding Atrazine from the US EPA: “Hi Kerry. The registration review process for atrazine will begin on June 26, 2013 with the opening of the docket for a 60-day public comment period on the Agency’s Preliminary Work Plan (PWP). A notice in the Federal Register will announce the opening of the … Continue reading A message I received from the US EPA
Prime Minister Jigmi Thinley said in June 2013 his government is developing a National Organic Policy because the country’s farmers are increasingly convinced that “by working in harmony with nature, they can help sustain the flow of nature’s bounties”. Please mark your calendar for the International Day of Pesticide Action (October 12th, 2013). www.savethefrogs.com/action Continue reading Congratulations Bhutan!
SAVE THE FROGS! is in the running for $25,000 to assist our worldwide amphibian conservation efforts, especially related to Save The Frogs Day. Please vote for us here: www.savethefrogs.com/vote Like many online contests, you will have to register with the website. Do not delay; we have until tomorrow night to gather votes! You can vote every … Continue reading Together We Can Save The Frogs – Vote Today!
April 25th, 2013 – Kumasi, Ghana: SAVE THE FROGS! Advisory Committee Chairman Michael Starkey led a workshop on amphibian monitoring protocols and research design at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science & Technology (KNUST). This university is bound to produce some excellent amphibian biologists! SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana’s KNUST Chapter is the world’s first official … Continue reading Training Future Frog Biologists!
We just received this note from SAVE THE FROGS!’ newest member, Hazel Richards:
“Since moving to France, a couple of years ago, my husband and I have been slowly turning our garden into one that is wildlife friendly. We have planted hedges, shrubs, a small copse of hazelnut bushes, a wildflower garden and fruit trees etc. The birds and bats seem to appreciate the increase in insects that now buzz frenetically around the plants throughout the year; As do the large family of fascinating lizards that live amongst the stones in the garden.