SAVE THE FROGS! Bangladesh Executive Director Nurul Islam was recently awarded an equipment support grants from Idea Wild. To assist his SAVE THE FROGS! efforts in Bangladesh, Nurul received a digital camera, a projector and two headlamps. The projector will be used to give education presentations for school children, while the camera and headlight will be … Continue reading SAVE THE FROGS! Bangladesh wins Idea Wild award
SAVE THE FROGS! Bangladesh is looking for an experienced graphic designer to volunteer to make Save The Frogs Day events brochure, a T- shirt, and flyers. Knowledge of Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and In Design preferred. Graphic Designer would work online via Skype with Nurul Islam, the Executive Director of SAVE THE FROGS! Bangladesh. Please email your resume and/or URL … Continue reading Graphic Design Volunteer Wanted
Congratulations to SAVE THE FROGS! Bangladesh Executive Director Nurul Islam for winning Bat Conservation International’s 2013 Conservation Impact Award! We’re happy to have Nurul assisting frogs. Please visit www.savethefrogs.com/bangladesh to learn about his frog conservation efforts. Continue reading Nurul Islam wins Bat Conservation International’s 2013 Conservation Impact Award
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
We have added all the Save The Frogs Day 2012 event photos to: https://www.savethefrogs.com/day/2012 The 4th Annual Save The Frogs Day (April 28, 2012) was the largest day of amphibian education and conservation action in the planet’s history. Over 200 SAVE THE FROGS! events took place in 39 countries (and 34 states): Australia, Bangladesh, Belize, … Continue reading Save The Frogs Day 2012 Event Photos Now Online!
SAVE THE FROGS! hopes to extend its amphibian conservation movement to Bangladesh. Bangladesh is a small country with rich biodiversity in South East Asia. The amphibian populations are declining rapidly and it is assumed that many unknown species may go extinct before they are identified. The major threats to amphibians are the use of pesticides, climate … Continue reading Update on Bangladeshi Frog Conservation Efforts by Nurul Islam