The Spring edition of FrogLog will be a regional edition focused on The Americas (South, Middle and North, including Canada and the Caribbean) and you’re invited to share your stories, research and project updates.[vc_row][vc_column width=”2/3″][text_output]

General information for authors submitting to FrogLog can be found here. The deadline to submit your articles for this edition is March 16, 2015.  Please let me know if you will require extra time as I am happy to work with your schedule.

Articles and questions should be directed to myself:

If you missed the last edition of FrogLog it can be found here with all 113 previous editions.

As always, we are also trying to use FrogLog as a way of communicating the many success stories that are out there. Do you have a project in your region that has looked at the effects of a management intervention to conserve amphibians? Do you know of any novel techniques used for the conservation of an amphibian species? It could be anything from protecting, restoring or creating habitat to captive breeding and releases, as well as the implementation of conservation education and awareness programs. We are interested in focusing on promoting successful projects that demonstrate how to protect or boost wild amphibian populations by intervening to restore natural processes and/or mitigate threats.

I look forward to sharing your stories with our readers!

Candace M. Hansen-Hendrikx
Editor-in-Chief, FrogLog
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