Brazilian amphibian biologist Dr. Pedro Peloso gave a fabulous presentation on “How Photography Can Be Used To Promote Science Communication And Conservation Of Biodiversity” for our January 23rd, 2019 SAVE THE FROGS! Webinar. Amphibian enthusiasts from around the world attended Dr. Peloso’s online presentation featuring amazing photos of Brazil’s amphibians and an abundance of information on their ecology, the threats they face, and ways to save them.
In an effort to (1) increase consistency; (2) improve our website visitors’ experience, and (3) reduce errors in writing amphibian’s names, we provide these guidelines on How To Write An Amphibian’s Name, and we encourage all authors in the SAVE THE FROGS! community to read, understand and implement them.
SAVE THE FROGS! has compiled a list of books that we recommend frog enthusiasts read. Is there a book about amphibians, nature or environmental conservation that you love that is not on our list? If so, please fill out the brief form below so that we can look into it and possibly add it to our site as a recommendation to the SAVE THE FROGS! community.
In September 2003 I flew to Australia to learn everything I could about frogs. I spent hundreds of hours walking up streams in search of frogs. I learned how to find and identify frogs by their calls and color patterns, body shape and habitat preferences. I learned molecular biology and spent hundreds of hours in …
The SAVE THE FROGS! 90-Day Challenge is the very best online amphibian conservation training available, as you learn the precise skills that SAVE THE FROGS! Founder Dr. Kerry Kriger has used over the past decade to grow SAVE THE FROGS! into one of the world’s most recognized and effective environmental organizations.
This June 26th at 3pm US PST (5pm Bogota time) we will have an online conference to discuss the future of SAVE THE FROGS! Colombia, including filling volunteer positions and executive positions. Anybody interested in Colombian frog conservation is welcome to attend. This will likely be in Spanish though if there are English speakers present …