Saving frogs is good for wildlife, ecosystems and the greater community. Saving frogs stimulates creativity, generosity, and service to others, all of which are linked to improved health and happiness. And when you save frogs you get to hang out with amazing amphibians and interesting, dedicated frog lovers. As such I encourage you to increase your frog-saving efforts in 2015 and I challenge you to step up your efforts on behalf of frogs and the planet.
— SAVE THE FROGS! Founder Dr. Kerry Kriger