On Friday June 21, this year’s 5th Annual Save The Frogs Day will be celebrated in the Atewa District Capital, Kwabeng, under the theme “The Need To Protect The Atewa Forest From Mining”. The program will be held at the Presby J.H.S Park, starting at 2:00 pm. School children will go on a march along … Continue reading Save The Frogs Day Coming Up at Atewa
Would you like to join SAVE THE FROGS! on an amazing tropical adventure in Belize? We are seeking two dedicated high school and university students who are interested in amphibian conservation to join our 14 current participants and three professional biologists on our upcoming SAVE THE FROGS! Eco-Tour to Belize (July 11-20, 2013). We are … Continue reading Are you a student? Travel to Belize with SAVE THE FROGS!
The California Tiger Salamander has been hard hit by habitat loss and road mortalities. Until recently however, the salamanders were afforded very few legal protections, due in large part to a strong lobby from agriculture groups and land developers. After 454 Save The Frogs Supporters sent letters to the California Fish & Game Commission urging … Continue reading California Tiger Salamander Workshop a big success!
Happy Save The Frog’s Day! Yesterday thousands of people gathered in their local communities in over 30 countries around the world to celebrate amphibians and bring awareness to their conservation! SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana organized educational Save The Frog’s Day events across Ghana, with a goal of raising amphibian awareness and specifically to reduce the … Continue reading Save The Frogs’ Day celebrated in Kumasi, Ghana!
April 19th, 2013: Chiana, Ghana In order to bring further awareness to the devastating impacts of over-harvesting of frogs in northern Ghana, SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana held its first Save The Frogs’ Day event in Chiana! The event took place all day and included educational lectures about amphibian ecology and conservation, a play about amphibian … Continue reading The 5th Annual Save The Frogs’ Day Begins in Chiana, Ghana!
An update from SAVE THE FROGS! Advisory Committee Chairman Michael Starkey: Ghana’s frogs are under serious threat from habitat destruction, pollution and pesticides, and from over-harvesting for the frog meat and frog bait trades. With so many factors contributing to the decline in amphibian populations, on April 11th I traveled to Ghana in order to meet with … Continue reading Inspiring Africa’s next generation to care about nature and wildlife!
February 22nd, 2013: California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, CA SAVE THE FROGS! Executive Director Dr. Kerry Kriger spoke at the Central Coast Wildlife and Career Symposium about how to pursue a career in the field of wildlife conservation. Organized by the Wildlife Society and Cal Poly Wildlife Club, the symposium hosted speakers from government agencies, private companies, … Continue reading Inspiring Cal Poly University Students to Save The Frogs!
We have added all the Save The Frogs Day 2012 event photos to: https://www.savethefrogs.com/day/2012 The 4th Annual Save The Frogs Day (April 28, 2012) was the largest day of amphibian education and conservation action in the planet’s history. Over 200 SAVE THE FROGS! events took place in 39 countries (and 34 states): Australia, Bangladesh, Belize, … Continue reading Save The Frogs Day 2012 Event Photos Now Online!
A message from SAVE THE FROGS! Advisory Committee Chairman Michael Starkey: I hope all is well and I hope you are enjoying the beginning of the new year! I spent the last month in Belize searching for rare species of frogs and I gave presentations to student groups and conservation organizations about amphibian ecology and conservation. … Continue reading Save The Frogs Returns To Belize