You are cordially invited to join SAVE THE FROGS! on a 10-day eco-tour of Belize in June 2014! Belize is a wonderful little country located east of Guatemala and nestled beneath the Yucatán Peninsula of Mexico. Like many countries in Central America, Belize is a hotspot of biodiversity. Belize is home to at least 37 … Continue reading Join SAVE THE FROGS! in Belize this Summer!
The SAVE THE FROGS! Eco-tour to Belize has taken off to a great start! The rains have come and the frogs are out! So far we have encountered 10 species of frogs and toads. By far the most beautiful of frog species we observed this evening was the Red-eyed Tree Frog, Agalychnis callidryas. It is … Continue reading Save The Frogs Eco-tour to Belize has begun!
Would you like to join SAVE THE FROGS! on an amazing tropical adventure in Belize? We have two spots available on our upcoming SAVE THE FROGS! Eco-Tour to Belize (July 11-20, 2013). We are offering this exciting experience at a significantly reduced rate of $1,795 (a major discount from the standard $2,295 price!). This cost includes … Continue reading Last chance to join Save The Frogs in Belize!
Would you like to join SAVE THE FROGS! on an amazing tropical adventure in Belize? We are seeking two dedicated high school and university students who are interested in amphibian conservation to join our 14 current participants and three professional biologists on our upcoming SAVE THE FROGS! Eco-Tour to Belize (July 11-20, 2013). We are … Continue reading Are you a student? Travel to Belize with SAVE THE FROGS!
An update from Belize by Michael G. Starkey, SAVE THE FROGS! Advisory Committee Chairman In January 2012 I traveled to Belize for 12 days to help spread the message of amphibian conservation and to promote appreciation of wildlife and nature through education. SAVE THE FROGS! presence was incredibly well-received while I was in the country and … Continue reading SAVE THE FROGS! update from Belize
Dramatic declines in neotropical salamander populations are an important part of the global amphibian crisis by Sean M. Rovito, Gabriela Parra-Olea, Carlos R. Vasquez-Almaza, Theodore J. Papenfuss, and David B. Wake Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences www.pnas.orgcgidoi10.1073pnas.0813051106 We document major declines of many species of salamanders at several sites in Central America and … Continue reading Dramatic declines in neotropical salamanders