Amphibians - Conservation, Education & Rehabilitation

(this page updated April 21, 2005)

Frogs  and other amphibians are critical elements of healthy ecosystems... as "environmental indicators", as prey species, as predators and more. They are threatened by habitat loss, air and water pollution, and more. People of all ages enjoy learning more about amphibians ... and what you discover about them will likely surprise and delight you.  Please send updates for this or other Native Habitats topics to the contact information at the bottom of this page.

Center for Reptile & Amphibian Conservation and Management (Midwest U.S. & beyond)

Jumping Frog Research Institute (Sierra Nevada, CA)
"the mission of the  [JFRI] is simply to restore and protect native amphibian populations in the Sierra Nevada (California)

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