Save The Frogs Day at the Cliffs of the Neuse State Park

"We had a wonderful "Save the Frogs Day" event at Cliffs of the Neuse State Park! We had record attendance - over 50 participants! There was a presentation, than on to active frog learning games outside with a hike to the pond for viewing. In the following week, we held an art contest with State Park prizes such as camping and boating! Our local newspaper placed the event in several editions of the paper and Save the Frogs Day made the front page of today's paper as well. I enjoy being part of the Save the Frogs community and look forward to assisting in the future as opportunities become available!" - Save The Frogs Day organizer Autumn K

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Save The Frogs Day at the Greenville Zoo

Saturday, April 30, 2016 was a beautiful day in Greenville, South Carolina! Over 2,500 visitors attended the Greenville Zoo Save the Frogs/Princess & Pirate/Clemson University DNA Day! Reedy Ribbit even made a guest appearance! There was a brunch, princesses and pirates roamed the grounds, crafts, games, fundraising, and information at the FrogWatch and Save The Frogs Day tents, AND, DNA extraction from strawberries at the Clemson University Life Sciences booth! Fun was had by all, and many now understand how scientists are helping frogs by testing for the presence of the chytrid fungus.

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Save The Frogs Day with the University of Michigan Herpetology Club

"The University of Michigan Herpetology Club put on its third annual Save the Frogs Day celebration this year. On Thursday 4/28, we tabled in the School of Natural Resources and Environment along with Ann Arbor Natural Area Preservation (which has lots of herp-related monitoring programs). We sold frog-themed baked goods to raise funds for Save the Frogs.

On Sunday 5/1, we hosted an event in the UM Museum of Natural History, where we had lots of games, crafts, and activities for visitors of all ages. The kids really enjoyed our hands-on frog pond, which included a frog life cycle model. The pond was also filled with large tapioca pearls to simulate amphibian eggs. The kids who visited our table loved to touch the squishy "eggs." We talked to participants about the differences between shelled eggs (like bird eggs) and unshelled eggs, and how the delicate amphibian lifecycle contributes to their sensitivity." - University of Michigan Herpetology Club

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Save The Frogs Day at Maui Earth Day Fest

Save The Frogs Day was celebrated at Maui Earth Day Fest! There was a booth with tons of swag and activities for kids. Event organizers educated the public about local invasive frogs, did frog crafts with the students, gathered emails and signatures, as well as had frog story time. What a great way to celebrate Save The Frogs Day!

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Save The Frogs Day in Roswell

"The Goddard School and G3 Save The Frogs Chapter had a TOADally awesome time at our first annual Save The Frogs Day event. We had 86 people in attendance, and our G3 Chapter raised $600 for the Save The Frogs organization! ? We had a color run, worked on our schools outdoor classroom, built a frog pond and flower/veggie garden, and talked with people about Save the Frogs and how they can help! We are so glad we were apart of this and can not wait until next years event." - Goddard School Teacher and Save The Frogs Day Event Organizer

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Save The Frogs Day at Bay Elementary School

Students Saved The Frogs at Bay Elementary School in Santa Rosa Beach, Florida!
"Our school has an area that floods due to heavy rains. There was a drain but it is no longer functional. The area that is currently flooded is 200 feet by 30 feet and 2 feet deep. There are massive schools of tadpoles within this temporary pond. In places, two feet deep by 10' x 2' with thousands and thousands of tadpoles. The water is receding at a rate that will have the area dried up by next week. I sent out a school wide email to "Save the Frogs" at our school. Students netted the tadpoles and put them in 5-gallon pails to move to a nearby pond. It has turned out to be a great teaching moment to introduce vocabulary to the students like; -schools, spawning, life cycle, water cycle, stages of metamorphosis and habitat'." - Bay Elementary School Teacher and Save The Frogs Day Event Orangizer

What a great way to Save The Frogs!

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Save The Frogs Day at Zoo Miami

"The docents and Conservation Teen Scientists of Zoo Miami hosted a SAVE THE FROGS! booth at the Party for the Planet Earth Day event at the Zoo. We had all kinds of informational posters, quizzes and interactive games. We put an iPod with frog sounds inside the toad abode so we had froggie music all day long. A very popular draw to our tables is "frog food" and the tadpoles. We did temporary frog tattoos (for donations) - we didn't really raise much money this weekend but we certainly got to raise a lot of awareness. A fun game is our magnetic letter Amphibian Anagram word scramble and a fun activity is our Frog Jump. Everyone loves our little frog and tadpole sock puppets and we enjoy teaching kids to love and appreciate frogs early on. We laminated and cut out frogs to trace and color on a table covered with white paper and we also had a box full of assorted frog coloring pages. We had a great event and plan on doing it again next year!! Thanks for all you are doing to help SAVE THE FROGS!"
-- Holly Draluck, Docent, Zoo Miami

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Save The Frogs Day in Santa Cruz

The City of Santa Cruz Water Department partnered with the Resource Conservation District of Santa Cruz County to present an amphibian conservation themed walk and talk at Loch Lomond Recreation Area on Save The Frogs Day! They passed around exciting amphibian conservation educational material and learned about some of the invasive species that threaten California’s native ecosystems.

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Save The Frogs Day at the Effie Yeaw Nature Center

"I organized the event to be held at Effie Yeaw Nature Center in Carmichael, CA. I had three tables, one for the STF paraphernalia, one for kids coloring and education, and one for face painting. I had a volunteer, Cody, who assisted with the main STF table and distributing material while I was overseeing the other 2 tables.

The kids station had the following: pictures of various frogs to color, photos of frogs, books and educational material. The nature center also provided us with a bullfrog in a tank and pacific chorus frog tadpoles in another. This served as an educational tool as well to discuss how bullfrogs are a danger to other native species.

At the third table, I stationed a hired girl who painted frogs on the kids faces (the adults wanted them too!). I also set out handmade cupcakes to sell in order to add to the profit making for the organization. This was a popular addition. The nature center staff had amphibians, reptiles and birds to show people that came by our table.

Overall, it was a great success. Many people that came by our table were unaware of the threats frogs are facing and were very receptive to listening."
- Sara T, Save The Frogs Day Event Organizer

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Save The Frogs Day in Auburn

"Our third SAVE THE FROGS! bake sale fundraiser was a success. We set up our information and baked goods table in a local shopping center in north Auburn, California. Once again, our assortment of lemon bars and cookies were a hit – along with our rescue-dog mascot, the “Frog Dog”, Tazz. We’re still a bit surprised that many people do not know the danger of extinction our amphibian friends face. Many times we heard, “Frogs are in trouble, really?” A lot of people do not know that they are under duress due to pesticides, loss of habitat, invasive species, climate change and more. On Save The Frogs Day this year, we were excited to once again educate (our #1 goal) over 150 people and receive over $300 to support the STF organization’s efforts. Thank you STF! For all that you do to help the frogs." ~ Nancy and Taylor Lichtle

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Save The Frogs Day at Linacre University

Save The Frogs Day was held at Linacre University! Event organizers were able to engage with many students, who often knew little about frogs and in general about amphibian conservation. They organised fun activities which hopefully will make the participants recall what they learned from the event!

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Save The Frogs Day with Froglife

Froglife held Save the Frogs Day event in conjunction with the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland at the Highland Wildlife Park in Kingussie. Participants learned more about amphibians, how they could help them and they became involved with fun froggy crafts and activities throughout the day.

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Save The Frogs Day at Vila do Conde

The Centre for Environmental Monitoring and Interpretation (CMIA) of Vila do Conde is a municipal equipment with scientific and technical coordination of CIIMAR (Interdisciplinary Centre of Marine and Environmental Research - a research and advanced training institution of the University of Porto) that aims to develop actions for environmental awareness and promote the construction of databases of environmental quality at the local level in order to contribute for improving the environment at a regional level.

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To celebrate Save the Frogs Day, CMIA of Vila do Conde, in collaboration with the Ponds with Life Project and theYouth Centre of Campanhã (Pole of Vila do Conde) held, last April 30, an event that began in the Youth Centre of Campanhã and ended in the Protected Landscape of the Coastline Vila do Conde and Mindelo Ornithological Reserve (PPLVC-ROM).

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Given the connection of the young of the Youth Centre of Campanhã with the conservation of amphibians due to the construction of a wetlands complex in the center’s land, we considered this event as an excellent opportunity to return the contribution of this institution in biodiversity conservation!

The young people joined, participated with the biologist Dr. Ana Ferreira (from Ponds with Life Project) and helped with various valences: as nature photographers and amateur biologists, the youth helped in the discovery of the biodiversity of wetlands within the Youth Centre of Campanhã and abroad in Mindelo Ornithological Reserve.

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From the observed amphibian species, we highlight several larvae from the european toad (Bufo bufo) and natterjack toad (Epidalea calamita), larvae of marbled newt (Triturus marmoratus) and of fire salamander (Salamandra salamandra) and several juvenils of iberian painted frogs (Discoglossus galganoi). But there were also other species than just amphibians in the ponds, that are also very important for this aquatic ecosystem: it was possible to observe stick insects (Ranatra linearis), water striders (Gerris sp.), backswimmers (Notonecta glauca), a water cricket (Velia caprai), dragonfly larvae (Anisoptera sub-order), caddis insects (Trichoptera order), seed shrimps (Class Ostracoda), among others ...

At the end of the activity, the participants found themselves extremely motivated, ready for another activity!

Save The Frogs Day with the Portuguese Association of Herpetology

The CEBE in colaboration with the Portuguese Association of Herpetology (APH) performed a fieldtrip on the 30th April in Herdade da Mitra (Évora, Portugal) to celebrate the Save The Frogs Day. This trip was led by Prof. Paulo Sá Sousa and had the objective of letting the general public to see the resident amphibian species and learn more about them.

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Save The Frogs Day in Panama

"We hosted about 50 people to raise awareness about the amphibian crisis. The event included wagon rides down a trail to find the (now-extinct in the wild) Panama Golden Frog, frog trivia, and a special playlist of various frog calls. The event was also a fundraiser and we raised $212.73 for the Gamboa Amphibian Rescue Project. In addition to raising awareness we were also celebrating the release of my frog documentray The Red Frog Story." - Save The Frogs Day Event Organizer Kendall R.

 

 


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Save The Frogs Day at Women University of Azad Jammu and Kashmir

Save The Frogs Day was celebrated at the Department of Zoology Women University of Azad Jammu and Kashmir in Pakistan!
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Save The Frogs Day at the Shuklaphanta Wildlife Reserve

Save The Frogs Day Award grantee Rajesh Jha organized a wonderful event at the Shuklaphanta Wildlife Reserve in Nepal. The event gathered over 100 students, biologists and community members who celebrated amphibians and brought further awareness towards their conservation.

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Save The Frogs Day in Mexico City

"Our event called in Spanish “Día de Ranas y Sapos” took place at Centro de Educación Ambiental Tepenahuac, in Milpa Alta, a rural place of Mexico City. We provided information about amphibian biology, worldwide frog crisis and we promoted conservation of local frogs through knowledge of local fauna via photos and videos. We provided activities for kids such as making frogs with recycled materials and games related to frog abilities (like jumping contests)." - Save The Frogs Day Event Organizer Carlos M.

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"Our first Save The Frogs Day event was a great opportunity to give people information about the importance of amphibians in nature. We also enjoyed the enthusiastic participation of kids in outdoor activities related with amphibian skills. Thanks to participants and SAVE THE FROGS! organization." - Carlos Madrid, Amphibian Biologist

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Save The Frogs Day in Sarawak

"Our activities on Save The Frogs Day will center around raising public awareness on the need for conservation of the frogs and other amphibians of Sarawak and of South-east Asia, and we proudly take part with our international colleagues in activities to draw awareness of the declining amphibians. This will be the fifth year we are organizing this event, the first, in 2012, at Camp Permai, Santubong, in collaboration with the Permai Rainforest Resort, in 2013, 2014 and 2015, our event were held at Kubah National Park, and we partnered with the Sarawak Forestry Corporation. A “frog race”, which will include talks on amphibians and their conservation, exhibits of sights and sounds, all open to the general public, and based at the Lambir Hills National Park, close to Miri city, Sarawak, Malaysia, is planned for the day on 30 April 2016. This event will again be jointly-organised by the Institute of Biodiversity and Environmental Conservation, UNIMAS and Sarawak Forestry Corporation." - Save The Frogs Day Even Organizer Sing Tyan P.

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Save The Frogs Day 2016 in Rajasthan, India

The 8th Annual Save The Frogs Day ( 30th April, 2016) activities were conducted at the following places in different States of India. The Major events conducted were, Seminar, Symposium, Drawing Competition, Quiz competition, Frog Race, Awareness Rally, Road safety for frogs etc. Professor Krishan Kumar Sharma, Former Vice Chancellor MDS University, Ajmer coordinated all the activities in these regions of India. This is the 8th successful programme since inception of Save the Frogs Day by Dr. Kerry Kriger. Kits including flex banners were printed and posted to the concerning programme coordinators. The event was well advertised through the print as well as social media. An event popular among children(Frog race) in Rajasthan was uploaded on YouTube:

We have been regularly doing various activities for frog’s conservation including their monitoring using visual and acoustic tools and feel proud to announce that Frogs have now better opportunities for their survival in India, thanks to Dr. Kerry Krieger and his entire dedicated team for such an important international effort to save beautiful, tiny and ignored creatures ”The Frogs” Dr. Neha Sharma, President, Save Environment and Welfare of Animals (SEWA) Society, India. The event was celebrated in many states of India coordinated by Prof.Krishan Kumar Sharma. These includes Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Maharashtra, Gujrat, Karnataka, Uttarakhand involving more than 1500 main attendies and message carried to more than 7000 people. Below are some photos from those events.

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SAVE THE FROGS! Gainesville is the USA's most active chapter of SAVE THE FROGS!. Based in Gainesville, Florida our mission is to protect Florida amphibian populations, to educate Florida citizens about amphibians, and to support the broader efforts of SAVE THE FROGS!. You can contact us at gainesville@savethefrogs.com.

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Hola and welcome to the online home of SAVE THE FROGS! Buenos Aires!
The mission of SAVE THE FROGS! Buenos Aires is to the protect amphibian populations of the Buenos Aires region and to promote a society that respects and appreciates nature and wildlife.

You can email us at:
buenosaires@savethefrogs.com

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SAVE THE FROGS! Bangladesh is a nonprofit volunteer organization dedicated to protecting Bangladesh's amphibian populations and to promoting a society that respects and appreciates nature and wildlife. Bangladesh is home to 37 known species of amphibians, many of which are facing extreme threats due to the country’s dense human population. Habitat destruction and harmful pesticides are contributing to the decline of amphibians in Bangladesh. SAVE THE FROGS! Bangladesh is the first Asian branch of USA-based SAVE THE FROGS!, and has been actively raising awareness of amphibian issues in Bangladesh since 2009.

You can easily find this webpage anytime by visiting:
www.savethefrogs.com/bangladesh

"Together we can create a new era of amphibian conservation in Bangladesh."
-- Nurul Islam, Co-Founder of SAVE THE FROGS! Bangladesh

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Brazil is home to the world's greatest biodiversity of amphibians, with at least 1,036 known species. The mission of SAVE THE FROGS! Brazil is to protect Brazil's amphibian populations and to promote a society that respects and appreciates nature and wildlife. Please spread the word about our efforts by asking your friends to visit our website:
www.savethefrogs.com/brazil

Together we can SAVE BRAZIL'S FROGS!

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Welcome to the online home of SAVE THE FROGS! Minas Gerais, Brazil's first chapter of USA-based SAVE THE FROGS!. The mission of SAVE THE FROGS! Minas Gerais is to protect the amphibian populations of Minas Gerais and to promote a society that respects and appreciates nature and wildlife. Founded in April 2017, SAVE THE FROGS! Minas Gerais is based in Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, in southeastern Brazil.

A missao do SAVE THE FROGS! Minas Gerais é proteger as populações de anfíbios de Minas Gerais e promover uma sociedade que respeite e aprecie a vida selvagem!

Connect with us online at:
Website: www.savethefrogs.com/minasgerais
Email: minasgerais@savethefrogs.com
Newsletter: Sign Up For The SAVE THE FROGS! Minas Gerais Newsletter Here
Instagram: @savethefrogsmg (www.instagram.com/savethefrogsmg)

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Together we can SAVE MINAS GERAIS' FROGS!

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Join a SAVE THE FROGS! Costa Rica Ecotour

Costa Rica has an incredible array of biodiversity, landscapes and ecosystems. Costa Rica is home to 205 known amphibian species all within a very small geographical area. There are lots of frogs to be found, making Costa Rica a perfect place for a SAVE THE FROGS! Ecotour.

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The strawberry poison dart frog (Oophaga pumilio) is an amazing amphibian that lives in Costa Rica. 

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Are you ready for an experience of a lifetime? Then join a SAVE THE FROGS! Costa Rica Ecotour, and join our group of amphibian enthusiasts as we visit the rainforest, cloud forest, volcanoes, and mangroves. We will have an abundance of opportunities to find and photograph amphibians. Costa Rica has an incredible array of biodiversity, landscapes and ecosystems. Costa Rica is home to 202 known amphibian species, all within a very small geographical area. There are lots of frogs to be found, making Costa Rica a perfect place for a SAVE THE FROGS! Ecotour. Pura Vida!

- Learn about the July 2018 SAVE THE FROGS! Costa Rica Ecotour here.
- Learn about the July 2017 SAVE THE FROGS! Costa Rica Ecotour here.
- View photos from the July 2017 Costa Rica Ecotour here.
- Learn about other SAVE THE FROGS! Ecotours here.

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Join a SAVE THE FROGS! Ecuador Ecotour

Ecuador occupies only 0.2% of the Earth's land surface, but it is home to 579 known amphibian species. In terms of amphibian biodiversity per square kilometer, Ecuador is among the highest in the world -- Ecuador actually has approximately 65 times more amphibian species per square kilometer compared to the USA! This incredible diversity is due to the large variety of ecological niches created by the Andes mountains, which cross the country from north to south, dividing the country into three distinct regions: the Amazon, the Coast and the Andes. At least 257 of Ecuador's amphibian species are found nowhere else on Earth. Ecuador's amphibians are incredible: glass frogs with translucent skin on their belly, allowing you to view their beating hearts; colorful frogs of all kind; and amazing behaviors like poison dart frogs carrying tadpoles on their back. With all this in such a small country, Ecuador is the perfect place to enjoy and learn about the unknown and enigmatic world of amphibians.

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Photo of Hyalinobatrachium valerioi from Mashpi, Ecuador courtesy of Jaime Culebras, who also contributed the text above.

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The SAVE THE FROGS! Ecuador Ecotour

Have you ever wanted to explore the Amazon rainforest, learn from experts about tropical ecology, or experience the beauty of the Andes mountains? How about all three? If so, then you should join the next SAVE THE FROGS! Ecuador Ecotour! Our frog experts are looking forward to introducing you to some of the most spectacular frog habitats on the planet. Please contact us with any questions you may have.

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Visiting AmaZOOnico during the 2016 SAVE THE FROGS! Ecuador Ecotour.

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SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana

Founded in September 2011, SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana is West Africa's first nonprofit organization dedicated exclusively to amphibian conservation, and is the first international branch of USA-based nonprofit SAVE THE FROGS!. The mission of SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana is to protect Ghana's amphibian populations and to promote a society that respects and appreciates nature and wildlife.

Africa is fraught with both social and environmental problems, and Ghana is an excellent location from which to initiate SAVE THE FROGS! programs that we plan to spread far and wide across the African continent. Over 80% of Ghana's original rainforests have been cleared and a third of the country's amphibians are under threat.

With your support, SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana can exponentially grow the number of Ghanaian amphibian biologists; create a new national park in the biodiverse Atewa Hills, which is currently under threat from diamond, gold and bauxite mining; institute programs to replace the frog meat trade and illegal logging with sustainable, environmentally-friendly sources of income; and produce up-to-date field guides and other educational materials that will go to every high school in the country. Plus a whole lot more!

You can contact SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana via:

Email:
ghana@savethefrogs.com

Postal Mail:
SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana
Box KS 15924,
Adum-Kumasi,
Ashanti, GHANA

"The difference between success and failure in saving Ghana's frogs will come down to how much support the outside world provides."
-- SAVE THE FROGS! Founder Dr. Kerry Kriger

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The SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana Expedition

In September 2016, SAVE THE FROGS! will lead an international team of 18 amphibian biologists and frog enthusiasts on the inaugural SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana Expedition. The mission of the expedition is to protect Ghana's amphibian populations, empower the next generation of Ghanaian frog conservationists, and expand the international network of environmentalists interested in protecting West Africa's endangered amphibians and ecosystems.

Please download the 2016 SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana Expedition Summary here.

"From all the information provided in the Expedition Summary, it seems to be a very life-changing experience that would be a shame to miss."
Ashley Alwine, Pensylvania

The SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana Expedition is a collaborative effort organized by SAVE THE FROGS! and SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana.

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SAVE THE FROGS! India is focused on the protection of threatened amphibian species and their habitats throughout India, as well as the environmental education of the next generation of Indians. Since 2009, India has been one of the most active countries in the SAVE THE FROGS! worldwide community. You can easily find this webpage anytime by visiting:
www.savethefrogs.com/india

The President of SAVE THE FROGS! India for the term March 11, 2018 through March 11, 2019 is Dr. Krishan Kumar Sharma. Please direct any questions related to our Indian amphibian conservation efforts to:
india@savethefrogs.com

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Young SAVE THE FROGS! supporters at the Rahara Nibedita Art Centre in Kolkata, 2018

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