This article details how you can form and maintain a SAVE THE FROGS! Chapter, and thus maximize your abilities to save frogs from extinction. Forming Your Chapter Chapters are formed by mutual agreement of SAVE THE FROGS! and the officers of the chapter’s founding Executive Committee, after steps that include: Submitting the form “Application To … Continue reading Forming And Maintaining A SAVE THE FROGS! Chapter
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!
FrogWatch USA is a citizen science program of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA) that provides individuals, groups, and families with an opportunity to learn about wetlands in their communities and report data on the calls of local frogs and toads. Data have been collected since 1998 from every state in the United States. … Continue reading Volunteer with FrogWatch and help Save The Frogs
SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana Executive Director Gilbert Adum was recently awarded £10,000 ($14,700) from UK-based Rufford Foundation to boost his team’s efforts to save frogs threatened by mining in western Ghana’s Sui forest. Artisanal illegal miners left pits uncovered when they were forced out of the Sui forest. Gilbert and his team identified these pits as death-traps to … Continue reading Gilbert Adum of STF! Ghana Wins $14,700 Award to Tackle Illegal Mining
This fun movement series is designed to get you moving and thinking like a frog to celebrate the international Save The Frogs Day! Today, all around the world, people are celebrating their shared loved for a group of animals often overlooked. Frogs may not be the first thought on your mind this Saturday, but with any luck from the SAVE THE FROGS! family perhaps they’ll hop into your mind this last Saturday of April, the 8th annual Save The Frogs Day.
My goal is to bring attention to amphibian conservation by studying the effects of human land uses on frog and toad populations in the Ecuadorian cloud forest. My goal is to give this information back to the community, particularly the youth. So, I’ve developed a fun interactive learning series that incorporates every sense for a well-rounded educational class. Throughout the sequence, focus on how your body responds to the poses and wonder what it’s like to be a frog!
Chelsea teaches metamorphosis through yoga to youth in Ecuador
Michael G. Starkey International Campaigns Coordinator, EcologistStarkey@savethefrogs.com Michael G. Starkey stands with Dr. Jane Goodall at the Wildlife Conservation Expo in San Francisco. Michael G. Starkey is a SAVE THE FROGS! Ecologist and International Campaigns Coordinator. He began working with SAVE THE FROGS! in 2010 to inform the public about the threats facing amphibians. He … Continue reading Michael G. Starkey
We’re pleased to announce that SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana’s work with the Giant Squeaker Frog has received international and prestigious attention: The Whitley Fund for Nature’s annual Whitley Awards shortlist of finalists includes SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana’s Executive Director Gilbert Adum. The Whitley Award is a prestigious international prize that honors “exceptional individuals who, through … Continue reading Gilbert Adum Shortlisted For Prestigious Conservation Award
Please watch this video I recorded in the swamps of Congaree National Park, South Carolina earlier this month. Thank you to all our supporters worldwide who have helped us grow SAVE THE FROGS! into a worldwide movement and made 2014 such a successful year for us. We look forward to sharing many successes with you … Continue reading A thank you video from me to you
We are very happy to announce that LUSH Fresh Handmade Cosmetics has donated $23,910 to SAVE THE FROGS! These funds will enable us to Re-Frog America and educate students and teachers about amphibians by building wetlands at schools. Since launching their Charity Pot program in 2007, LUSH Cosmetics has donated more than $5,800,000 to over 600 … Continue reading LUSH Fresh Handmade Cosmetics donates $23,910 to help us build wetlands for frogs
SAVE THE FROGS! Bangladesh’s CVASU volunteers celebrated the 6th Annual Save The Frogs Day in April along with World Veterinary Day. Dr. Nurul Islam presentated on “Wildlife Conservation and Animal Welfare: Amphibian Perspective”. There were 120 participants including students, teachers and journalists on the rally that followed the seminar. Thank you to Nurul and 24 … Continue reading Thank you to Nurul Islam and SAVE THE FROGS! Bangladesh