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  • Jayden Vallejo USA 2022 save-the-frogs-art-contest 1 honorableSave The Frogs Towels 2023 Collection

    Towels – Red-Eyed Treefrogs

    $8.00

    Lighten up your kitchen or bathroom with these beautiful, frog-themed microfiber towels. Printed and hand-sewn in Colombia, featuring Grand Prize winning art from the 2022 SAVE THE FROGS! Art Contest by Jayden Vallejo of the USA. Towels measure 13.8×12″ (35x30cm). These are a Limited Edition item: only 12 towels were printed with this design. 100% of proceeds go to SAVE THE FROGS! worldwide amphibian conservation efforts.

    Note that your order is for 1 towel; the Floating Frogs Towel and Abstract Frogs Towel are sold separately.

  • Towel - Thumbs Up - Save The Frogs 2aNick Gustafson - Sad Frog

    Towels – Thumbs Up

    $8.00

    Lighten up your kitchen or bathroom with these beautiful, frog-themed microfiber towels. Printed and hand-sewn in Colombia, featuring Grand Prize winning art from the 2022 SAVE THE FROGS! Art Contest by Nick Gustafson of the USA. Towels measure 13.8×12″ (35x30cm). These are a Limited Edition item: only 10 towels were printed with this design. 100% of proceeds go to SAVE THE FROGS! worldwide amphibian conservation efforts.

  • Wetland Consulting

    $75.00

    SAVE THE FROGS! offers wetlands consulting via phone or Zoom to land owners and managers wishing to build or restore wetland habitat for amphibians. From small backyard frog ponds to major construction projects, we can provide advice that will significantly improve your project’s chances of amphibious success.

    Payment includes an expert review of your project before the call. You will send us (1) the address of your wetland; (2) a brief project description; and (3) your project goals. We will examine Google Earth and satellite views of the property, and investigate soils, vegetation, access, hydrology, and potential impacts to hydrology that might require permitting. Once this is complete, we will schedule a half hour call to discuss your project at a mutually agreeable time.

    Your half hour call with one of our SAVE THE FROGS! Wetland Experts will provide you with specific ideas on how to best move forward with your project.

  • Wetland Restoration and Construction – A Technical Guide (Book by Tom Biebighauser)

    $29.95

    The definitive guide to building and restoring wetlands, this book by wetland expert Tom Biebighauser describes in detail the methods developed by the author to successfully restore over 2,850 wetlands in 26 states and three Canadian provinces.

  • Wristbands – Classic

    $5.00$100.00

    These cool wristbands make great gifts and help get the word out! They say SAVE THE FROGS! on one side and savethefrogs.com on the other. “I haven’t taken my save the frogs wristband off since I got it.”— Natalie, California State University, Sacramento, CA Large — 202mm circumference (about 8″)Small — 180mm circumference (about 7″)We…

  • Onyx Frog Sculptures

    $35.00$45.00

    These onyx frogs originate from beautiful stone found in the Balochistan Province of western Pakistan. The frogs were cut, lathe-turned and polished by skilled artisans in Pakistan. Onyx is formed from dissolved carbonate minerals (usually calcite) when limestone or dolomite sediments come into contact with hot water. Heat from recent volcanic activity causes this hydrothermal alteration and the dissolved minerals are then precipitated when these fluids reach the surface. Precipitated carbonates from these hydrothermal solutions are called “flowstone,” or travertine, as well as onyx. These frogs are cut from banded onyx. Red, green, orange and brown colors result from small amounts of impurities present, making every carving unique. These beautiful onyx frog carvings were generously donated to SAVE THE FROGS! by Nature’s Own in Boulder, Colorado. We appreciate Nature’s Own support of frog conservation and their support of a wide array of environmental efforts. WE CAN ONLY SHIP THESE ONYX FROGS TO ADDRESSES IN THE USA! Your dollars at work: 100% of proceeds benefit SAVE THE FROGS! worldwide amphibian conservation projects.