Art has unique powers
to communicate truths
and inspire people to action.

Disappearing Frogs
Project

Adopt a tadpole to raise funds to pull frogs
from the path of a deadly volcano

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Saving the Quito Rocket Frog

Salamanders lost 
Salamanders found
Salamanders saved

Success!

Imperiled Madagascan amphibians
find shelter in new protected area

A Collaborative Victory

Scientists urge ban
on salamander imports to
fend off new fungus

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The Amphibian Specialist Group and Amphibian Survival Alliance, world leaders in amphibian conservation, research and education globally


15,081

Hectares Protected

46

Priority Species Supported

$1,421,986.05

Invested

39

Grants Awarded

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Research

Research helps lay the foundation from where the Alliance and our Partners around the world can develop effective education and conservation initiatives.

Education

Education, whether it be professional capacity building or developing materials for school children, is often essential for conservation project success, a core element of the Alliance’s work.

Conservation

Conservation is our end goal. We work with local and international partners to find the most effective and realistic ways to help conserve the most at risk amphibians around the world.


The Disappearing Frogs Project

The Disappearing Frogs Project and the Amphibian Survival Alliance have partnered together to raise awareness of global amphibian declines, inspire people to take personal action to protect these incredible species, while also providing a unique opportunity for artists to support amphibian conservation, education and research.  Both professional and emerging artists, as well as art students (14 and older), who are passionate about art and environmental issues are invited to submit art that celebrates amphibians and their environments for the upcoming Disappearing Frogs Project Exhibition. Learn more

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