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Guatemala brook frog, Duellmanohyla soralia, from the Sierra Caral of Guatemala. © Robin Moore

Do you want your children to grow into a world in which they can roam forests chirping, whistling and wheeping with life; a world in which they can fish for tadpoles from mossy rocks that jut from bubbling streams?

We know we do.  

A giant palm salamander, Bolitoglossa dofleini, in the Sierra Caral of Guatemala - an area recently protected. © Robin Moore

Frogs, salamanders and caecilians roam the landscape of our imagination the world over, but now their very existence is at risk from the continued destruction of their homes. More than 900 species of amphibians live in habitats that are afforded no protection.

We want to change this.

A new species of ruby-eyed toad in the Choco rainforests, Colombia. © Robin Moore

The Amphibian Survival Alliance is the world’s largest partnership for the protection of amphibians. Our approach is effective and efficient – by creating new reserves in priority sites worldwide we are able to save entire species with modest and targeted investments.

Over the next six months we will triple every dollar donated through WorthWild, with a goal of securing 100,000 football fields-worth of amphibian habitat in the Philippines, Madagascar, Ecuador and beyond.

A new species of rain frog from the Massif de la Hotte in Haiti, one of the highest priorities for species conservation in the world. © Robin Moore

Together we can save amphibians and the habitas upon which they - and we - depend.

 

 

 

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