SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana has recently won the prestigious Whitley Fund for Nature Award, helping to fund their West African conservation projects to save the Giant Squeaker Frog, one of the world’s most endangered frogs. An important part of this funding supports the invaluable help of two interns. SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana is pleased to … Continue reading SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana 2016 Interns
From all of us at SAVE THE FROGS!, thank you for organizing a Save The Frogs Day event this year! It has been so exciting to see what you have done to celebrate amphibians and bring further awareness to their conservation. In order to track the global impact of Save The Frogs Day, please take … Continue reading Tell Us About Your Save The Frogs Day 2016 Event!
For Immediate Release ONE OF THE WORLD’S RAREST FROGS FINALLY FOUND Less than 14 individuals of the West Africa’s Krokosua Squeaker Frog are thought to survive Kumasi, Ghana, October 23, 2013 – After four years of intensive search for the Krokosua Squeaker Frog (Arthroleptis krokosua), a team of scientists from the nonprofit SAVE THE FROGS! … Continue reading ONE OF THE WORLD’S RAREST FROGS FINALLY FOUND
The Great Stakes at Glenmere Lake By Dr. Jonathan Micancin, a Visiting Assistant Professor of Biology at The College of William and Mary. What to do about the Northern Cricket Frog and Glenmere Lake? An endangered frog has jumped in the way of real estate projects and manipulation of a public water supply in Orange … Continue reading The Fight To Save Glenmere Lake’s Endangered Cricket Frogs
Save The Frogs is in the running for the Ideas for Change in America contest. Please go cast your vote for our idea to protect habitat for threatened amphibian species! Habitat destruction is the primary cause of amphibian extinctions in America and worldwide. The simple act of protecting amphibian habitat for threatened frog species is … Continue reading Ideas For Change In America
Oil sludge oozes into Des Plaines River CHICAGO, Illinois (CNN) — Thousands of gallons of oil sludge are being cleaned up along a 3-mile section of the Des Plaines River early Monday, following a spill a day earlier that had forced a temporary closure of the river. About 4,500 to 6,000 gallons of sludge leaked … Continue reading Oil spill, dead wildlife, but “nothing bigger than your hand”