FrogLog 112 is now available

View FrogLog 112 below or through the Issuu reader. Download a low resolution version of FrogLog here or the high resolution version here. Dear FrogLoggers, The FrogLog family is continuing to grow! Please join me in welcoming the newest member of our Editorial team: Lindsay Renick Mayer. Lindsay has been an amphibian fanatic from a young age, learning to love our little friends [...]

FrogLog 112: We want to share your stories!

The October edition of FrogLog will be focusing on Asia, Russia and Oceania and I would like to invite you to submit an article showcasing some of the great work underway to help save amphibians in this region. As always, we are trying to use FrogLog as a way of communicating the many success stories that are out there. Do you have a [...]

FrogLog 111

View FrogLog 111 below or through the Issuu reader. Download a low resolution version of FrogLog here or the high resolution version here. This edition of FrogLog is more than a regional edition—it’s about highlighting progress and successes being made every day within the scope of amphibian conservation efforts in these focus regions and beyond. [...]

FrogLog 110

View FrogLog 110 below or through the Issuu reader. Download a low resolution version of FrogLog here or the high resolution version here. With the Year of the Salamander well underway, I have come to realize that the ways people work to protect amphibians are just as unique and fascinating as the very species that [...]

FrogLog 109

View FrogLog 109 below or through the Issuu reader. Download a low resolution version of FrogLog here or the high resolution version here. The IUCN SSC Amphibian Specialist Group and Amphibian Survival Alliance would like to thank everyone for pushing forward on amphibian conservation in 2013. With your continued support and dedication, 2014 is set to become a banner year for amphibian [...]

FrogLog 108

View FrogLog 108 below or through the Issuu reader. Download a low resolution version of FrogLog here or the high resolution version here. Finding solutions to counter amphibian declines and extinctions is one of the greatest conservation challenges of the century. But with a membership of over 500 of the world’s leading amphibian experts, the Amphibian Specialist Group (ASG) is [...]

FrogLog 107

View FrogLog 107 below or through the Issuu reader. Download a low resolution version of FrogLog here or the high resolution version here. Amphibian conservation, particularly among vertebrates, is encompassing ever increasing importance and urgency worldwide. The rally call is emanating out to all those with an interest in this unique class of vertebrates and increasingly groups are assembling to [...]

FrogLog 106

View FrogLog 106 below or through the Issuu reader. Download a low resolution version of FrogLog here or the full version from our Issuu page here. Amphibian conservation is about more than just avoiding extinction or talking about what is going wrong—it is about motivating others. It is about shining the spotlight on projects that are working and thereby providing a model to copy and implement elsewhere. This edition of FrogLog is about these amphibian conservation success stories. These stories range from protecting, restoring or creating habitats to captive breeding and releases, as well as the implementation of conservation education and awareness programs. […]

FrogLog 105

View FrogLog 105 through the Issuu reader or download the PDF here. You can also download a high resolution PDF here (30MB). Welcome to the first feature edition of FrogLog. With this issue, we wanted to highlight some of the amazing ways in which people are helping to spread the word about amphibian conservation and show what they are doing to assist with conservation efforts on the ground. The success stories and the whole feel-good factor need greater exposure in the media. It’s about giving the frogs and newts a leading role. It’s about giving the people behind the conservation success stories center stage as well. Because there are a lot of success stories—we’re just not hearing about them. And this is exactly what this edition is about. […]

FrogLog 104

View FrogLog 104 through the Issuu reader or download the PDF here. Welcome to the first quarterly edition of FrogLog. As ever, this edition is packed full of news from the ASG and broad community concerned with amphibian conservation. Highlights from this edition include the announcement of a new partnership between the ASG and the International Society for the Study and Conservation of the Amphibians, updates from the Amphibian Survival Alliance, including a summary of events from this year’s Herp Congress and the IUCN World Congress. […]