SAVE THE FROGS! is graciously accepting donations In Loving Memory of Rebekah Miller, lifelong lover of all things nature, especially frogs.Your generous donation will support our worldwide amphibian conservation efforts and help us fulfill our mission to protect amphibian populations and to promote a society that respects and appreciates nature and wildlife. Please use the … Continue reading Donations In Memory Of Rebekah Miller
If you are interested in joining one of our amazingly frog-filled SAVE THE FROGS! Ecotours, we want your input! Please help us develop future ecotours by completing the survey below so that we know where and when you want to travel. Your input helps ensure we create tours that align with your travel goals, thus increasing your chances of being able to join us on a future frogging adventure. Your input means a lot to us, so we thank you in advance! Continue reading SAVE THE FROGS! Ecotours Survey
A huge thank you to you for subscribing to the SAVE THE FROGS! Electronic Newsletter, which is packed full of information pertaining to current news in the world of amphibian conservation, as well as inspiring stories from our frog saving efforts around the world. And of course plenty of amazing photos of amphibians! Please check your … Continue reading Thank You For Subscribing To The SAVE THE FROGS! Newsletter
This page is for those amazing frog savers who are organizing or already held a Save The Frogs Day event. As a Save The Frogs Day event organizer, the first step is to plan your event. The second step is to register your event. The third step is to hold your event. And the final step … Continue reading Save The Frogs Day Event Reporting
In 2016, SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana launched its Young Scholars Program, designed to achieve two major goals: (1) improve the resources of less-endowed schools; and (2) provide scholarships to academically gifted but economically disadvantaged children. Continue reading SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana Young Scholars Program
Research published in 2016 showed that Common Toads have declined in Britain by nearly 70% over the past 30 years. The decline is unprecedented for such a widespread and ubiquitous species within Europe. There are a number of causes for the decline, but like most species declines, habitat loss is one of the biggest. Continue reading The Common Toad Is In Trouble
Volunteer for SAVE THE FROGS!The SAVE THE FROGS! movement will succeed in direct proportion to the extent that we involve and empower as many people as possible. As such, we actively develop ways to incorporate volunteers into our efforts. Volunteering has numerous benefits for those who step forward to help. Volunteers gain valuable real world … Continue reading Volunteers
The SAVE THE FROGS! newsletter is the best way you can stay up to date with everything happening in the world of amphibian conservation. We appreciate your interest in our amphibian conservation efforts, so let’s stay in touch! Our newsletter is written by our worldwide network of amphibian conservationists and is the best way to learn … Continue reading SAVE THE FROGS! Electronic Newsletters
On behalf of SAVE THE FROGS! and our worldwide network of staff and volunteers, we thank you for your interest in supporting our worldwide amphibian conservation efforts! Please use the secure form below to place your donation (which is tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law). We encourage you to set up monthly recurring donations, … Continue reading Donate to SAVE THE FROGS!
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Scinax fuscovarius, Pico das Cabras, São Paulo, Brazil