Following the Grand Opening of the brand new SAVE THE FROGS! Gift Center at shop.savethefrogs.com, we would like to offer a first in our series of discounted releases of our gifts. From now until 9pm PST Tuesday, September 8th, the September issue of SAVE THE FROGS! Magazine will be available at a 15% discount.
Order your SAVE THE FROGS! Magazine September issue by 9 pm PST Tuesday to take advantage of this special offer.
Use this coupon code to redeem this offer: MAGSEPT15
The SAVE THE FROGS! Magazine is your #1 source of amphibian conservation information in print and is the official magazine of SAVE THE FROGS!. The September 2015 issue of SAVE THE FROGS! Magazine is quite possibly the most impressive piece of printed educational material we have produced since our founding in 2008. Why? Because it is jam packed with high quality articles, interviews, tips, photos and information about frogs, how you can save them and how our team of staff and volunteers around the world are saving them!
That means you will receive an additional 15% discount off of EVERY September issue you order. Single issues are already discounted by a dollar off the list price, so take advantage of this offer now using the coupon code MAGSEPT15 and order 1, 5, 10, 15, 20, 50, 100 magazines to share with your friends, family, students, classmates, or colleagues.
The September 2015 issue is 20 pages long and features articles on:
— Re-Frogging America and how to build backyard wetlands for frogs
— Updates from our team in Ghana, West Africa
— Photos from many of the Save The Frogs Day 2015 events that took place worldwide
— Articles by SAVE THE FROGS! Founder Dr. Kerry Kriger about our campaigns to protect Foothill Yellow-Legged Frogs and to stop the importation of non-native bullfrogs into California
— Guest article by Jenny Loda, environmental attorney with the Center for Biological Diversity
— Guest article by Brandon Ballengee, an amphibian biologist and artist who travels the world researching amphibian malformities.
— Guest article by amphibian biologist Rebecca Tarvin about her frog expedition in Cameroon.
— Introduction to caecilians, the least understood group of amphibians
— And of course amazing amphibian photos!
If you’d like to receive a free magazine subscription (4 issues every 3 months), become an official SAVE THE FROGS! Member:
Get more info about SAVE THE FROGS! Magazine, including ways you can contribute or advertise in it, at: www.savethefrogs.com/magazine
Have any questions or comments? Please contact me (Emily Moskal: firstname.lastname@example.org). I am the Magazine Editor and am happy to hear from you.