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Connect with SAVE THE FROGS!

SAVE THE FROGS! is a worldwide community of amphibian enthusiasts: scientists, conservationists, environmental professionals and frog lovers with a common interest in saving frogs from extinction. On this page you will find many ways to connect with others in the community.

Leptodactylus albilabris

Photo of Leptodactylus albilabris by Jan Zegarra from the 2017 SAVE THE FROGS! Photo Contest

The SAVE THE FROGS! Electronic Newsletter

The best way to stay informed about our most important activities is by subscribing to SAVE THE FROGS! electronic newsletters.

“I read nearly every email you produce.”– Susan Clay, Houston

Rana sierrae

Rana sierrae photo from the 2017 SAVE THE FROGS! Photo Contest by Neil Keung

Attend A Live Event

From ecotours to presentations, workshops and worldwide Save The Frogs Day events, SAVE THE FROGS! provides an abundance of opportunities to connect with other amphibian enthusiasts in live settings. You can find a chronological list of articles about upcoming and past events here.

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In Florencia, Colombia at the Universidad de la Amazonia, September 20th, 2018

Find Us On Facebook

The best place to connect with us on Facebook is in the SAVE THE FROGS! Facebook Group. You can also follow our SAVE THE FROGS! Facebook Page.

Follow Us On Instagram

SAVE THE FROGS! is on Instagram @savethefrogs and you can see our Instagram Feed right here.

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Subsribe to the SAVE THE FROGS! YouTube Channel

Want to see lots of educational videos about amphibian conservation? Then subscribe to the SAVE THE FROGS! YouTube Channel. You can leave comments on videos and if you have questions we do our best to answer you right there.


Follow SAVE THE FROGS! on Twitter to get super short updates about the latest happenings in amphibian conservation.

Email Us

Of course you can always send us an email or even a letter in the mail! All our details are on the Contact page.

Gyrinophilus porphyriticus

Photo of Gyrinophilus porphyriticus from the 2017 SAVE THE FROGS! Photo Contest by Alexander-Murray of the USA.