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The environmental revolution has begun: please help SAVE THE FROGS! by taking these super-portable outdoor flags to the furthest reaches of Planet Earth. The flags look great, kids love them and they are a fantastic way to spread the word about frog extinctions and SAVE THE FROGS!. They easily fold up to fit in your pocket, bookbag or backpack. The SAVE THE FROGS! Flags have two grommets at the left end so they can be hung from a flagpole...they also double as banners to hang behind your info table at your next frog-related event. Send us pictures of your flag in famous places and on mountaintops, and it may appear on this webpage!
Flag dimensions: 2' x 3' (61cm x 91cm)
Flag weight: only 3.2 ounces (91g)
Flags are only $17.95 and all flags come with a free SAVE THE FROGS! bumper sticker and bookmark.
Save The Frogs Day 2011, Three Rivers, Michigan
Thanks to Kitty Jones and friends for raising $160 for the frogs at Kitty's SAVE THE FROGS! Fundraising Birthday Party!
Photo by SAVE THE FROGS! Advisory Committee Member George Sellers
Nate The Newt Award for Amphibian Conservation Winner Avalon Theisen at the Lost Canyon Nature Reserve in Nicaragua.
Please go check out www.savethefrogs.com/colombia!
Mark likes to take his SAVE THE FROGS! flag cool places...note that Mark's flag is slightly larger than the one you will receive.
Atop Mt. Kilimanjaro (5895m), Africa's highest mountain:
"My wife Sarah and I are now back from our Tanzania trip after successfully summiting Little Meru (3820m), Meru (Socialist Peak 4562m) and the big one Kilimanjaro (Uhuru Peak 5895m)! I can certainly say that it`s been the most tiring trip that we've ever undertaken, but despite bad weather on our Kili summit day we were over the moon to reach the Roof of Africa, and get the STF! flag proudly displayed on the summit. We had 7 other clients in our group, plus all the crew, not to mention all the other hikers we crossed along the route and at the summit, so hopefully they all noticed my STF flag, bottle and the picture on my rucksack. We feel great about getting the STF message out there and laying down the gauntlet for any fellow supporters to beat us by getting their flag to a higher place!" -- Mark Harris
Atop Scafell Pike (977m), England's highest mountain:
Tower Bridge, London
The Mall, London
St. Paul's Cathedral, London
Los Patos National Park, Costa Rica
Home sweet home
"Hi Kerry. I've had a succesful day at the London Marathon. I had my SAVE THE FROGS! Flag on show for just over 4 hours at Mile 13 on the route, just down from Tower Bridge, and managed to get the flag on the BBC TV coverage as the Elite Men runners came past! It's only on screen for about 1 second but it's getting our message out there. Hopefully some of the 40,000 runners spotted it as well as they were running/walking past, not to mention the other spectators. Bring on the next challange"
SAVE THE FROGS! Founder Dr. Kerry Kriger at Kpetoe Middle School:
SAVE THE FROGS! Advisory Committee Member Dr. Victor Luja at a breeding pond of Spea multiplicata and Hyla arenicolor threatened by urbanization. Sierra de Guadalupe, Estado de Mexico.
Carly, Lena and Vanna White used this flag to help collect Halloween donations to SAVE THE FROGS!
SAVE THE FROGS! Advisory Committee Member Michael Starkey spreading the word atop Xunantunich:
With the staff of the Belize Zoo:
Passion Day in Bucharest:
Alex & Anca Enciu representing SAVE THE FROGS! in Romania:
Thanks for your support!