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General Agency Information
Primary Phone:415-878-6525
Toll Free:877-753-7647
Description:Amphibians are the most threatened group of animals on Earth. SAVE THE FROGS is America's first and only public charity dedicated exclusively to amphibian conservation.

Mailing address:
P.O. Box 78758 Los Angeles, CA 90016
Mission:Our mission is to protect amphibian populations and to promote a society that respects and appreciates nature and wildlife.
Programs:Teaching a free laboratory course on amphibian disease detection techniques to Latin American batrachologists.

Coordinating the annual Save The Frogs Day, the largest day of amphibian education and conservation action in the planet's history.

Providing free educational materials and laboratory protocols to teachers and scientists via &

Giving presentations on amphibian extinctions in multiple languages to schools, universities, zoos, museums, businesses, and community groups.

Creating public service announcements that have been posted in Washington, D.C., San Francisco and in five major U.S. airports.

Providing an annual $500 travel grant for a student to present at the Joint Meeting of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists.

The SAVE THE FROGS! Webinar Series features guest presentations from amphibian biologists around the world.
Publications:Newsletter, bi-monthly online
Volunteer Info:We are looking for volunteers who are pro-active, motivated, and dedicated. Please see the website for more information.
Languages other than English:Can Arrange for Others
Accommodations for Disabled:Parking & Wheelchair Access
Public Transportation:Available Within Four Blocks
Eligibility:Open to those who share an interest
Areas Served:Worldwide
Funding Source:Contributions

Kerry Kriger
Executive Director, Founder

Subject Headings
Environmental Protection and Improvement
Media Materials
Private Nonprofits
Wild Animal Preservation/Protection
This record last modified October 25, 2015

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