On June 24th, 2019, LA Times journalist Joe Dworetzky interviewed SAVE THE FROGS! Founder Dr. Kerry Kriger about California amphibian conservation issues, including the state’s continued importation of millions of non-native American Bullfrogs. Other topics discussed include frog jumping contests and conservation of California’s state amphibian, the endangered California Red-Legged Frog. Continue reading Los Angeles Times Interviews SAVE THE FROGS! Founder Dr. Kerry Kriger
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
We are pleased to announce SAVE THE FROGS! SMS (Text Message) Alerts! Text FROGS to 646-495-9867 and we will keep you up to date on important frog conservation happenings in one text message per week. Good for USA & Canada. International numbers coming soon. Prefer a once monthly SMS message? Then text FROGS to 415 … Continue reading SMS Alerts from SAVE THE FROGS!
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
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 Sign Up For The SAVE THE FROGS! Electronic Newsletter
Watch this documentary about SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana Executive Director Gilbert Adum’s passion for frogs and about our work to save the last Giant Squeaker Frogs (Arthroleptis krokosua) and improve the lives of the Yawkrom community in the Sui River Forest Reserve. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JCAYM4vWv0A&feature=youtu.be During the SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana Expedition, a German film crew from … Continue reading Gilbert Adum of SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana Featured in Worldwide Documentary
“Hi Dr. Kriger, My name is Sam Richards, I’m from Westerville, Ohio. I am currently writing for our school newspaper at Westerville North High School. I heard about the Save The Frogs movement via internet and I looked into it more and I think what you’re doing is awesome! I love animals and especially amphibians so … Continue reading Sam Richards interviews Dr. Kerry Kriger
Toad-like ‘inner eye’ makes it hard to look away, York researcher says The Canadian Press December 15, 2011 Cane toad found Glen Innes Examiner December 15, 2011 Why are the animals disappearing? Tobago News December 15, 2011 Group eyes salamander crossings on Upper Bucks roads PhillyBurbs December 14, 2011 Penny-sized frogs are world’s smallest Christian … Continue reading Frog News From Around The World: Week of Dec 15
One of the goals of the Save The Frogs Day Rally in DC was to get the attention of the US EPA, who holds the power to ban Atrazine and whose mission it is to protect environmental and human health. In this regard (and every other I can think of!), the rally was a huge … Continue reading Atrazine & my meeting with the Environmental Protection Agency
We are happy to announce that SAVE THE FROGS has completed its relocation from Virginia to beautiful Santa Cruz, California, at the northern end of the Monterey Bay, about 110km south of San Francisco. Santa Cruz and the Bay Area have strong environmental movements and some of the world’s most imaginative thinkers. We plan to … Continue reading SAVE THE FROGS Now Based in California!