Climate Change and Brazilian Frogs

A new Crossodactylodes species was found at Pico do Itambe State Park at South Espinhaço Range, Southeastern Brazil, living in an area smaller than one square kilometer, and dependent on a single species of bromeliad. Due to its restrictive habitat and micro-climatic requirements, climate change and bromeliad-collecting are probably a threat, but the effects of climate … Continue reading Climate Change and Brazilian Frogs

Climate Change Protest This Sunday at Valero in Santa Cruz

The endangered Arroyo Toads and California’s other 15 threatened species need your help this Sunday! Texas-based Valero Energy is pumping millions of dollars into supporting Prop 23, which if passed would suspend legislation (AB 32) that requires significant reductions in greenhouse gases that cause global warming and climate change. That would spell disaster for the … Continue reading Climate Change Protest This Sunday at Valero in Santa Cruz

Frogs in Airports

ClearChannel has generously offered SAVE THE FROGS! free advertisement space in five major U.S. airports: Chicago O’Hare, Midway, Denver International, St. Louis, and Detroit. But we have to pay the costs of printing the posters, and it’s not cheap! CAN YOU DONATE $20 TODAY SO THAT WE CAN GET THIS FULL-SIZE PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT UP … Continue reading Frogs in Airports