In April 2016, SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana Executive Director Gilbert Adum received international attention and recognition for his work in Ghana with the Giant Squeaker Frog. Born to a tribe of bush hunters, Gilbert Adum grew up hunting frogs as part of the indigenous tradition. His naivety to the global threat of frogs, particularly in … Continue reading SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana wins ‘Green Oscar’
Congratulations to SAVE THE FROGS! Cali in Colombia! These dedicated conservationists have been given the Ian Young Award for Amphibian Conservation by SAVE THE FROGS! This $1,200 award will assist their efforts educating children in villages where endangered poison dart frogs are illegally being collected and exported for the international pet trade. Keep up the … Continue reading SAVE THE FROGS! Cali receives $1,250 award for amphibian conservation!
Dr. Mukhlesur Rahman Khan was a SAVE THE FROGS! volunteer and a professor in the Bangladesh Agricultural University’s Department of Fisheries Biology and Genetics in Mymensingh, Bangladesh. Dr. Khan passed away on 31 October, 2012. Dr. Khan arranged an educational event on the 4th Annual Save The Frogs Day at his university. About 80 teachers, … Continue reading In Memory of Professor Mukhlesur Rahman Khan
SAVE THE FROGS! is pleased to announce that based on all of our donor’s support, we were able to this week distribute $5,280 in grants to help fund Save The Frogs Day events. Congratulations to this year’s Save The Frogs Day Award winners. These frog savers have proven their abilities and dedication, and their past … Continue reading SAVE THE FROGS! Distributes $5,280 in Grants