Posts Categorized: Frogs

Ocellate river stingray (captive), © Steven G. Johnson

Celebrating Biodiversity in Latin America »

Latin America holds so many stunning and unique landscapes – from mountain peaks to ocean floor – that it holds the widest variety of plants and animals in the world. So as we celebrate the third annual World Wildlife Day, join us in shining a spotlight on some incredible species to the south.

Mallorcan midwife toad, © Jan Van Der Voort

Wildlife Weekly Wrap-up »

Scientific Breakthrough Could Save Dramatically Declining Frog Populations; Colorado Officials Don’t Press Charges for Wolf Killed in Western Colorado; Wyoming Wolves under Fire in Congress; Grizzlies Getting a Warm “Welcome Back” to Washington’s North Cascades; New Wolf Pack in Washington; Conservation Success Story! Delmarva Fox Squirrel

Pronghorn antelope, ©USFWS

Defenders Celebrates National Wildlife Refuge Week »

Here at Defenders, we love our wildlife and public lands, especially the National Wildlife Refuge System, the only federal lands system dedicated specifically to protecting wildlife and its habitat. Our staff work all over the country to advocate for some of our amazing refuges and the vital role they play in our conservation work.

Wolverine, © Anna Yu/iStock

Wildlife Dads »

Sometimes animal dads can get a bad rap, but today, we highlight a few of the hard-working, uniquely adapted animal fathers that keep their young healthy and thriving.