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Global Conservation Links
button link Save The Frogs Day- April 28, 2012
button link Save The Frogs!
button link Amphibian Specialist Group
button link Amphibian Ark
button link Frog Matters Posts from Amphibian Ark
button link Tree Walkers International (TWI)
button link DAPTF
button link PARC International
button link Amphibian Conservation Alliance
button link AmphibiaWeb
button link SSAR
button link Caudata.org
button link Amphibian Species of the World
button link Living Underworld: Amphibian Information Resource
button link Amphibian News
button link Save The Frogs

Africa
button link Caroline Aguti, Herpetologist Interview about Ugandan Frogs

Asia
button link Amphibians & Reptiles of Mainland SE Asia

Australia
button link Frog Decline Reversal Project, Inc. and Cairns Frog Hospital

Europe
button link FROGlife

North America
button link NAAMP
button link CNAH
button link The Hellbender Homepage
button link Tadpoles of the United States and Canada: A Tutorial and Key
button link Scientific and Common Names of the Reptiles and Amphibians of North America Explained
button link Project Golden Frog
button link Costa Rica Amphibian Research Center
button link Amphibian Rescue and Conservation Project (Panama)

Canada
button link Canadian Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Network
button link FrogWatch
button link BullfrogControl.com Inc.
button link The Alberta Reptile and Amphibian Society
button link Alberta Volunteer Amphibian Monitoring Program
button link Herp Information Society of Saskatchewan
button link Westcoast Society for the Ptotection and Conservation of Reptiles
button link Nova Scotia Herpetoculture Society
button link Montreal Herpetological Association
button link Ontario Herpetofaunal Summary Atlas

Mexico
button link Costa Rican Amphibian Research Center
button link Fauna of Mexico - Amphibians

United States (National Links)
button link National Amphibian Atlas
button link Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation (PARC)
button link Frogwatch USA
button link Amphibian Malformations and Declines
button link NBII- Amphibians page
button link ASIH

North East (Regional Links)
button link NE PARC
button link New England Herpetological Society
button link Northeast Herpetofaunal Species
button link Habitat and Management Guidelines for NE

Midwest (Regional Links)
button link MW PARC
button link Frog Calls...an evolving webumentary
button link The Herp Center
button link Habitat and Management Guidelines for MW

South (Regional Links)
button link SEPARC
button link SWPARC

West (Regional Links)
button link NorthWest Herptile Keepers Association
button link Pacific Northwest Herpetological Society
button link Pacific Nortwest Amphibian and Reptile Consortium

AL Alabama
button link Auburn Herpetological Society

AK Alaska
button link Frogs and Toads of Alsaka
button link Alaska Wood Frog Monitoring Project

AZ Arizona
button link Arizona Herpetological Association
button link Tucson Herpetological Society

AR Arkansas
button link Arkansas Herpetological Society

CA California
button link The Bay Area Amphibian and Reptile Society
button link The North Bay Herpetological Society
button link Northern California Herpetological Society
button link San Diego Herpetological Society
button link Southwestern Herpetologists Society
button link Freshwater Sport Fishing Regulations (Amphibians)

CO Colorado
button link Colorado Herpetological Society
button link Key to the Amphibians of Colorado

CT Connecticut
button link Connecticut Amphibians

DE Delaware
button link DAMP- Delaware Amphibian Monitoring Program

DC District of Columbia

FL Florida
button link The Calusa Herpetological Society of Southwest Florida
button link Florida Herp Laws
button link Central Florida Herpetological Society
button link Jacksonville Herpetological Society
button link Suncoast Herpetological Society
button link Sawgrass Herpetological Society of Broward County, Florida

GA Georgia
button link The Frogs and Toads of Georgia
button link Amphibian Species of Georgia

HI Hawaii

ID Idaho

IL Illinois
button link Chicago Wilderness Habitat Project Frog/Toad Monitoring
button link Chicago Herpetological Society
button link Herps of Illinois
button link Illinois Herp Regulations and list of endangered, threatened and species of special concern

IN Indiana
button link Hoosier Herpetological Society
button link ToadTimes Newsletter
button link Frogs and Toads of Indiana (DNR)
button link INAMP
button link Indiana Herp Regulations and Species List
button link Herp Indiana
button link Camp Cullom - Clinton County

IA Iowa
button link Iowa Herpetological Society

KS Kansas
button link Kansas Anuran Monitoring Program (KAMP)
button link Kansas Herpetological Society

KY Kentucky
button link Kentucky Herpetological Society
button link Kentucky Herp Laws and Regulations
button link Kentucky frogs and toads
button link Kentucky Frog Loggers
button link Frogs of Kentucky Ringtones

LA Lousiana
button link Louisiana Gulf Coast Herpetological Society

ME Maine
button link Maine Herpetological Society
button link Maine Amphibian Monitoring Program

MD Maryland
button link Eastern Shore Herpetological Society
button link Mid-Atlantic Reptile Show (MARS)

MA Massachusetts
button link New England Herpetological Society

MI Michigan
button link Michigan Society of Herpetologists
button link F/T Monitoring in the Rouge Watershed
button link Michigan Reptiles and Amphibians

MN Minnesota
button link A Thousand Friends of Frogs
button link Minnesota Frog & Toad Calling Survey (MFTCS)
button link Minnesota Herpetological Society
button link Frogs for Kids

MS Mississippi
button link Mississippi Herpetological Atlas

MO Missouri
button link Missouri Herpetological Association
button link Kansas City Herpetological Society
button link Mid Missouri Herpetological Society
button link St. Louis Herpetologial Society

MT Montana

NE Nebraska
button link Nebraska Herpetological Society

NV Nevada

NH New Hampshire

NJ New Jersey

NM New Mexico
button link New Mexico Herpetological Society

NY New York
button link Long Island Herpetological Society
button link Upstate Herpetological Association
button link Western New York Herpetological Society

NC North Carolina
button link North Carolina Herpetological Society
button link Frogs and Toads of North Carolina
button link NC CASP (Calling Amphibian Survey Program)
button link Frogs and Toads of NC book/CD
button link NC PARC (Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation)

ND North Dakota

OH Ohio
button link OhioAmphibians.com
button link NOAH
button link Greater Cincinnati Herpetological Society
button link Greater Dayton Herpetological Society
button link Ohio Herp Regulations

OK Oklahoma
button link Amphibians and Reptiles in Oklahoma

OR Oregon

PA Pennsylvania
button link Northeast Pennsylvania Herpetological Society
button link Philadelphia Herpetological Society
button link Pennsylvania Online Herpetological Atlas

RI Rhode Island

SC South Carolina
button link Frogs and Toads Found in South Carolina

SD South Dakota

TN Tennessee
button link The Frogs and Toads of Tennessee
button link Tennessee Herpetological Society
button link Salamanders of Tennessee
button link TAMP
button link Froghaven Farm

TX Texas
button link Texas Herpetological Society
button link West Texas Herpetological Society
button link East Texas Herpetological Society
button link South Texas Herpetological Society
button link Dallas-Ft. Worth Herpetological Society

UT Utah

VT Vermont

VA Virginia
button link Virginia Herpetological Society

WA Washington

WV West Virginia

WI Wisconsin
button link Wisconsin Herpetological Society
button link Amphibians of Wisconsin

WY Wyoming

South America
button link Operation Atelopus
button link Yeager's Frogs

Kid's Links
button link FROGSTER-Video Game
button link Frog Coloring Pages
button link Amphibian Word Search
button link Froggyville Jokes and Games
button link Frogland!
button link Frogs for Kids

Other Links
button link Online Frog Dissection
button link Toe-Clipping of Frogs and Toads
button link Collection of Blood Samples From Adult Amphibians
button link Herp Job Opportunities

Contact Me
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button link "Wendell's Frog Page" Myspace

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Wendell's Frog Blog
Friday, 8 May 2009
I'm Back, for now anyways...
Mood:  happy
Topic: Welcome
Sorry there have been no recent posts, have had problems getting the computer to recognise the blog, but I think it might be better now, keep your flippers crossed!

Posted by wendellsfrogblog at 2:05 PM EDT
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Tuesday, 27 November 2007
Hello FrogWatchers and Frog Enthusiasts
Mood:  happy
Topic: Welcome

Hello ALL,

Sorry I haven't posted for a while. It is hard to say if it was more computer problems, or migraine complications, but my wife just installed a new hard drive and things are looking up on the computer end! As many of may or may not know, I have had a status migraine for over four years now. It never goes away, but fluctuates in severity so sometimes I am able to function nearly normal. I had a new twist to add this Thanksgiving season, I had a second migraine on the left side on top of the one on the right side that has been there forever (it seems). Luckily it only lasted a day, but WOW, did it put me down. I have been worse this last year and sadly didn't get to monitor very many times. I am excited about 2008 though, especially with the AZA naming it the Year of the Frog. I plan to post much more regularly and keep everyone posted on the world of amphibians. I wish everyone a HOPPY Holiday season and a wonderful Year of the Frog!


Posted by wendellsfrogblog at 7:33 PM EST
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Monday, 4 December 2006
Prehistoric Salamanders Sculptures
Mood:  surprised
Topic: Welcome

Exhibit models 'Bizarre Beasts'

Colorado artist Gary Staab has created several sculptures including a boomerang-headed salamander and a sailfin salamander of about 275 million years ago.

When you go:
    Location: "Bizarre Beasts: Past and Present" will be on display at the National Geographic Museum at Explorers Hall, 17th and M streets Northwest, through early February.
    Hours: Explorers Hall is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday. It is closed Dec. 25.
    Admission: Free
    Parking: Limited street and meter parking are nearby. The nearest Metro stop is Farragut North on the Red Line.
    More info: 202/857-7588 or www.nationalgeographic.com/ museum.


Posted by wendellsfrogblog at 7:43 PM EST
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Sunday, 26 November 2006
And now I'm back...from outer space...Well, not really outer space
Mood:  happy
Topic: Welcome
I apologize for the long break, I have had many crazy things going on and since this is a hobby, it had to get pushed back. Hopefully I will be able to have some regularity to my posts once again. I will be sifting through many email news updates and try to post what I think you will be interested in, but some may be dated a month or so, so bear with me. I also was reaching full capacity on my allowed space and deleted many pictures from previous posts. These are all still saved and if you find one that you want to see, email me and I'll send it to you. If you find any links to be nonactive or if you have suggestions that you would like to see added, please let me know. I appreciate your patience, I see many have been checking in during my absence. Friday I found my first ever November toad. I was planting bulbs and dug up the sleeping Little fellow. No harm other than loss of a few Z's. I have a lot to share from how the Symposium went (it was awesome) to a new National Coordinator for Frogwatch USA. New videos from Ravenwoods media, (look under Frog Calls in the Midwest along the left) Tree Walkers International (TWI) is now up and running (also along left). I have tried to add many links I think will be of interest, check them out. You can also check out my MySpace Page, how did you guess it was dedicated to Frog Conservation? While the amphibians are sleeping here, I'll try to keep you up to date on happenings around the world. Thanks for reading Wendell's Frog Blog.

Posted by wendellsfrogblog at 4:31 PM EST
Updated: Sunday, 26 November 2006 5:00 PM EST
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Tuesday, 3 October 2006
Fall Virginia Herpetological Society Symposium
Topic: Welcome

Fall Virginia Herpetological Society Symposium


Announcement http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/VaHS/message/536
The Fall VHS symposium will be held on Saturday October 21, 2006 at Longwood
University in Farmville, Virginia. Anyone interested in learning more about
reptiles and amphibians are welcome to come to this free event. We will meet in
room G12 in Longwood's new science building.  Driving directions and a printable
campus map can be obtained from Longwood's
website...http://www.whylongwood.com/comevisit/directions.htm.

Preregistration is requested so that certificates for recertification points for
teachers and master naturalists can be filled out prior to the event. We would
also like to have a rough idea of how many people plan to attend. Please
preregister with Jason Gibson (frogman31@gmail.com). In addition to some fine
speakers we will have a live animal display, an auction of reptile and
amphibians related items, and a book signing with keynote speaker Michael
Dorcas. The VHS has purchased 30 Snakes of the Southeast books by Whitt Gibbons
and Michael Dorcas that are available for purchase at the event (books will be
sold at a discount). Email Susan Watson (Susan.Watson@dgif.virginia.gov) to
reserve your copy.
Any updated information will be posted on the VHS website
http://fwie.fw.vt.edu/VHS/.
If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to email Jason
Gibson(frogman31@gmail.com). Speaker List and Agenda9:00 – 9:45 - Kory Steele
and Bonnie Keller "Caring for Captive Amphibians and Reptiles."Concurrent
Session 9:00 – 11:00 Mike Clifford "GPS Workshop"9:55 – 10:25 – J.D. Kleopfer
"The History and Impacts of the Pet Turtle Trade, specifically the red-eared
slider"10: 35 – 11:05 - Kristen Cecala and Michael Dorcas "Effective Techniques
for Field Studies of Amphibians and Reptiles"11:05 – 12:00 – Photo contest, book
signing, auction, live animal displays.12:00 – 1:00 - Lunch at Longwood
Cafeteria. Lunch will be $5.59.  There are other restaurants to eat at but
Farmville has a 11.5 % taxon meals.1:00 – 1:45 – Keynote speaker presentation
Michael Dorcas "Impacts of Urbanization on Amphibians and Reptiles in the
Carolinas"2:00 – 2:30 - Norm Reichenbach, Doug Wynn, Carolyn Caldwell, Pete
Johantgen, Kristy Becka, Kristin Stanford, Gordon Burghardt "Chronological
account of the Restoration Program for the State endangered Plains Garter Snake
in Ohio2:35 – 3:00 – Joy Ware "The Role of Amphibians and Reptiles in
Conservation Medicine"3:05 – 3:35 - Jennifer Heemeyer "Evaluation of Visible
Implant Elastomer in Red-backed salamanders (Plethodon cinereus)."3:40 – 4:40 –
VHS Business MeetingVirginia Herpetological Society
http://fwie.fw.vt.edu/VHShttp://groups.yahoo.com/group/VaHS


Posted by wendellsfrogblog at 2:45 PM EDT
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Thursday, 13 July 2006
I'm Back...Finally!
Mood:  happy
Topic: Welcome
Hello everyone! Thanks for being so patient. I still am working on making an archive, but I have enough of the old posts saved and deleted to start back up again. I have redone the links panel, if you have a related link or know of one you would like to see included, let me know. I am very behind on my emails, so there will probably be many posts before I get caught up. I will post the answers for the quiz, so if you didn't get a chance to take it, write your answers down before you open the comments to check them. I heard that Indiana has the most registered sites for terrorists threats, I don't think my Blog is on there, but I guess it is as much at risk as some of the sites mentioned in the article, but if this Blog suddenly disappears...Just kidding. I still plan on some minor changes that I'm working on, but I think its time to get this thing rolling again.

Posted by wendellsfrogblog at 7:52 PM EDT
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Saturday, 1 July 2006
Still Under Construction
Mood:  irritated
Topic: Welcome
I'm still wrestling with getting things worked out. I'm a much better amphibian monitor than a website manager. If you get a chance, the article about Frogwatch USA with a picture of a very attractive bull frog and a fat guy holding it (ME) is in this weekends USA Weekend magazine. A link for the article can be found at USA Weekend magazine. For the next couple of weeks with the holiday and kid's camps, things will continue to be crazy. Hopefully after that I can address the space issues and get everything going again with a new look.
Thanks for visiting, and keep checking back.

Posted by wendellsfrogblog at 9:50 AM EDT
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Wednesday, 28 June 2006
Temporarily under construction
Mood:  d'oh
Topic: Welcome
Wendell's Frog Blog will be on a short vacation. I just realized that I am right at full on my available disk space. I am working on creating an archive so I can put old posts there and free up space here for new posts. I apologize for this inconvenience and will get things going as quick as I can. I am not going to post the answers to the quiz yet so more have a chance to try it while the site is inactive. If you can't wait for the answers, feel free to email me at wzetterberg@hotmail.com. There is still enough space for comments, but I need to take off posts with photos. Thank you for visiting and keep checking back, I should have new posts soon!

Posted by wendellsfrogblog at 2:32 PM EDT
Updated: Wednesday, 28 June 2006 2:33 PM EDT
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Wednesday, 8 March 2006
Welcome to my Blog
Mood:  happy
Topic: Welcome
I plan to put in Frog realted articles as well as post my amphibian escapades including Frogwatch USA, Indiana Amphibian Monitoring Program, outings with the Hoosier Herpetological Societyas well as my own herping. I also have a profile section where I have online interviews with amphibian researchers and conservationists. If you or someone you know would like to be interviewed, please let me know. Please feel free to check out the site and comment where ever you see fit. All pictures on this site were taken by me or my family (unless othewise stated). If you'd like to use any please let us know. Links to other sites may have copyrighted material, please get in touch with them before using any of their material. If you have a related site you would like linked here, please let me know at wzetterberg@hotmail.com Thank you for visiting.

Posted by wendellsfrogblog at 7:45 PM EST
Updated: Sunday, 9 July 2006 8:18 PM EDT
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