At the request of SAVE THE FROGS! Task Force Member Biraj Shrestha, SAVE THE FROGS! Founder Dr. Kerry Kriger recorded a 12-minute video message to be shown at the Save The Frogs Day 2017 event Biraj is organizing in Nepal with the Resources Himalaya Foundation.

Watch the video here:

 

Thanks to all the people and groups who have held Save The Frogs Day events in Nepal, including:

  • 2010: Pramod Bhattarai (Shree Secondary School in Chitwan)
  • 2011: Pramod Bhattarai (Sikharapur Community School)
  • 2011: Hari Bahadur Rana (Chitwan, Institute of Agriculture and Animal Science; assisted by a $500 grant from STF!)
  • 2011: Companions of Amphibians and Reptiles of Nepal (Kathmandu)
  • 2011: Rajesh Jha (Sikharapur Community School);
  • 2012: Rajesh Jha (assisted by a $200 grant from STF!)
  • 2013: Rajesh Jha (Kathmandu)
  • 2013: Bindu Poudyal (Balkumari English school Narayangard)
  • 2013: Sanjeev Wasti and Youth for Sustainable Development (Chitwan, Rampur; assisted by a $250 grant from STF!)
  • 2013: Animal Welfare Network Nepal (Kathmandu)
  • 2013: Environmental Graduates in the Himalaya (Lalitpur)
  • 2014: Companions of Amphibians and Reptiles of Nepal (Kathmandu)
  • 2014: Friends of Nature Nepal (Chitwan, Birendranagar)
  • 2014: Environmental Graduates in Himalaya (Lalitpur; assisted by a $500 grant from STF!)
  • 2014: Nepal Nature Conservation and Development, Kathmandu
  • 2015: Environmental Graduates in Himalaya
  • 2015: Rajesh Jha (Shuklaphanta Wildlife Reserve)
  • 2016: Biraj Shrestha (Manaslu Conservation Area)
  • 2017: Resources Himalaya Foundation

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Save The Frogs Day 2014 in Chitwan, Nepal

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