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Where there’s a will there’s a way: work

Where there’s a will there’s a way: working together for the conservation of Darwin’s Frogs

A paper published today in Oryx—The International Journal of Conservation outlines the development of a multi-participatory binational conservation strategy for Darwin’s frogs (Rhinoderma spp.), an initiative that was led by ASG’s Chile Regional Working Group. These two frog species, found in the temperate forests of Chile and Argentina, display an unusual behaviour not known in […]

World’s Largest Fully Aquatic Frog Faces

World’s Largest Fully Aquatic Frog Faces Uncertain Future as Threats Continue to Mount

Global Amphibian Experts Applaud Binational Efforts in Bolivia and Peru to Conserve the Titicaca Water Frog, and Urge Additional Support Global amphibian experts from the IUCN SSC Amphibian Specialist Group, Global Wildlife Conservation, Amphibian Survival Alliance and Amphibian Ark, are calling on NGOs and the governments of Bolivia and Peru to continue and even bolster […]