By Richard Pearce, Sustainable Daisen – Japan The Sustainable Daisen Non-Profit Organisation (NPO) recently brought local people, university students and volunteers from the US Military together to take direct conservation action to help the Japanese giant salamander (JGS, Andrias japonicus) in a unique and important habitat. After several months of hard work and frustration, Sustainable Daisen […]
Thank you for your input into the ACAP S...
On 18 July 2022 the ASG launched a public consultation process of its Amphibian Conservation Action Plan (ACAP) Status Review. The public consultation was open for a period of four weeks, and closed on 15 August 2022. We are in the process of collating and organizing all feedback received to send on to respective chapter […]
ACAP Status Review Open Consultation Pro...
After about 2.5 years of dedicated work, the ASG is happy to announce that its Amphibian Conservation Action Plan (ACAP) Status Review is open for a public consultation process from 18 July to 15 August 2022! ACAP was first published in 2007 and updated to a digital format in 2015, but both developments in knowledge […]
Metal band Escaping Aghartha supports am...
By Avery Dart Croak is set to be released April 19th, 2022. Please visit here for pre-orders and to stream the first single. Escaping Aghartha started out as a one-man band, but recently I’ve begun recruiting help from musician friends from around the world to actualize the full potential of the music I write. Similarly […]
Taking the leap – the journey to becomin
By Jeanne Tarrant, Endangered Wildlife Trust – South Africa “Dad! There’s a frog in the kitchen!” – this was something I regularly shouted out growing up in the countryside town of Underberg in the southern Drakensberg Mountains of South Africa. The call was of course for my father to remove said creature from my midst! […]