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Written by Dr. Kerry Kriger Dr. Kerry Kriger
Parent Category: Ghana Ghana
Category: Expedition Expedition
Created: 20 February 2016 20 February 2016
Last Updated: 25 February 2016 25 February 2016

Since 2011, SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana has been working diligently to protect the country’s rainforests and endangered frogs. Ghana’s frogs need our help, and our friends in Ghana are hard at work, and now YOU have an opportunity to help them both. SAVE THE FROGS! is leading a 17 day expedition to Ghana that will include giving educational presentations, distributing frog educational materials, raising national awareness for the need to create the Atewa Hills National Park, and we will visit many beautiful places and see some amazing frogs!

We will travel all over Ghana educating kids, undergraduates and tribal leaders about the importance of protecting Ghana's frogs, which are are under serious threat from habitat destruction, pesticides and over-harvesting for the frog meat trade. It is truly an exciting effort to help protect these amazing animals and you will directly help us grow Ghana’s network of students, academics and biologists interested in amphibian conservation efforts. It will be an adventure and an opportunity of a lifetime to help protect some of the planet's most threatened animals and ecosystems.

Please fill out this short form so that we can keep you posted about the SAVE THE FROGS! Expedition to Ghana, taking place September 11th & 27th, 2016:
www.savethefrogs2.com/ghana-rsvp 

"Hi Kerry,
Just got back from Africa, the most wonderful adventure of our lives!"
-- Laura Honda, Environmental Educator, California

Ghana Expedition Ecotour