Sylvan Heights Bird Park in North Carolina hosted a Save The Frogs Day celebration on April 29, 2017. Visitors to the park were able to experience wetland and frog connection activities, along with informational displays about Save The Frogs Day, how to help amphibians and ACTUAL frog and toad species from the surrounding wetland/pond areas. All visitors had multiple learning opportunities which provided insight into the plight of amphibians and helped develop an awareness of frogs and frog conservation in the United State and around the world!
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“We had a wonderful “Save the Frogs Day” event at Cliffs of the Neuse State Park! We had record attendance – over 50 participants! There was a presentation, than on to active frog learning games outside with a hike to the pond for viewing. In the following week, we held an art contest with State … Continue reading Save The Frogs Day at the Cliffs of the Neuse State Park
Congratulations to SAVE THE FROGS! supporter Rachel Hopkins for winning the Governor of North Carolina’s Youth Conservationist of the Year award! Rachel has been instrumental in getting legal recognition for Save The Frogs Day and for getting a state frog and salamander in North Carolina. Learn more here. From left to right, N.C. House of … Continue reading Rachel Hopkins wins the Governor of North Carolina’s Youth Conservationist of the Year award
Amazing frog-saver, 14 year old Rachel Hopkins, led the campaign to nominate the Marbled Salamander and the Pine Barrens Tree Frog to become the state amphibian species of North Carolina. On June 19, 2013, the bill (HB830) passed Senate vote and will be signed into law! Great job Rachael and keep up the good work! … Continue reading North Carolina Amphibian Bill Passed!
NEWS RELEASE The Center for North American Herpetology Lawrence, Kansas http://www.cnah.org 4 March 2009 SALAMANDER SEASONAL TECHNICIAN Agency: Purdue University, Department of Forestry and Natural Resources Location: Southwestern North Carolina Job Description: A seasonal field technician is needed for research investigating headwater stream community ecology in the southern Appalachian Mountains. Field work will involve capturing, … Continue reading Job Opening – North Carolina Salamanders
NEWS RELEASE The Center for North American Herpetology Lawrence, Kansas http://www.cnah.org 20 February 2009 NORTH CAROLINA HERPETOFAUNAL FIELD TRIP The 2009 Spring meeting of the North Carolina Herpetological Society will be held Saturday, April 25 at Morrow Mountain State Park. Morrow Mountain is in the Uwharrie Region of North Carolina, about 45 miles east of … Continue reading NORTH CAROLINA HERPETOFAUNAL FIELD TRIP – April 25th