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What we do

What we do

Since 1989 Froglife has been at the heart of efforts to conserve native amphibians and reptiles.¬†Throughout this time we have initiated a number of national and regional projects, and remained a central voice for public advice on issues surrounding reptile and amphibian conservation. Froglife’s work falls into three strands: on the ground conservation, environmental education and communication (the provision of advice/information).

 

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Events

toad on road

Toads on Roads

living water pond

Improving habitats

Research

Research

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Inspiring people

Froglife Training

Froglife Training

Froglife Reserves

Froglife Reserves

dead frog. Photo by Dee Wilkinson

Understanding wildlife disease

Froglife Scotland

Froglife Scotland

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Our Projects A-Z

Froglife is a Campaign tile for The Froglife Trust
Registered Charity No. 1093372 (in England and Wales) and SC041854 (in Scotland)
Registered Company No. 4382714 in England and Wales