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Save The Frogs Board Of Directors

Board of Directors

The SAVE THE FROGS! Board of Directors is comprised of a team of a dedicated environmentalists with a wide range of experience in fields that include nonprofit management; amphibian conservation; environmental law; campaigning; business development; finance; and fundraising. The Board meets six times per year and ensures that SAVE THE FROGS! is fulfilling its legal […]

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Preparing For A Career In Herpetology

SAVE THE FROGS! Founder Dr. Kerry Kriger was recently interviewed by a young frog enthusiast about preparing for a career in herpetology (the study of amphibians and/or reptiles). So as to assist anyone looking to achieve success in their herpetological pursuits, we have posted the interview here. We hope you find it useful!

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The SAVE THE FROGS! Promise

The SAVE THE FROGS! Promise is a guiding statement of our values and ideals, as well as our commitments to the various groups who comprise the SAVE THE FROGS! Worldwide Community (our donors, staff, volunteers, ecotourists, supporters, students and of course our amphibious friends).

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Volunteer Position: SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana Campaigns Assistant

SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana seeks a volunteer to help with our campaign to save the critically endangered Togo Slippery Frog (Conraua derooi). The campaign is comprised of two primary goals: (1) prevent bauxite mining in and around the frog’s habitat; and (2) create the Atewa National Park to permanently protect the frogs and their long-term chance of survival.

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Himalayas Frogs

Frog Hunting In Nepal: Research Results From The 2017 SAVE MANASLU’S FROGS! Expedition

In 2016, I led a project in saving the stream dependent mountain frogs (locally called “Paha”) in the highlands of Manaslu Conservation Area, Nepal. Paha are hunted widely in the mountains of Nepal, including the lower settlements of Manaslu, primarily for food use and secondarily for presumed health benefits.

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Introducing Bandana Adhikari from Nepal

SAVE THE FROGS! is an international organization that has pioneered efforts to improve the welfare of frogs worldwide and has set up an international network of volunteers. The difficulties facing amphibians in Nepal is what attracted SAVE THE FROGS! Member & Scholarship Recipient Bandana Adhikari to the organization. With a Master’s in Environmental Science under her belt, she is keen to pursue a career in the field of wildlife and conservation.

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Save The Frogs Day Event Reporting

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 […]

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Frog Artist Jessie Robertson

Ever since I can remember, I have been filled with a great love for frogs and toads. I was ecstatic whenever I found one and would spend hours watching them and creating art pieces of them in a variety of mediums.

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Introducing Manoj Pokharel from Nepal

For Manoj Pokharel, based in Nepal, frogs are “an irreplaceable part of nature” and it is their uniqueness that he finds so fascinating. What prompted him to become actively involved in conservation was the realization that despite their importance to the ecosystem, frogs and other amphibians are the most threatened group of organisms on the planet.

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Britain toads

The Common Toad Is In Trouble

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.

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