AZA News Releases

Category: FrogWatch USA

Help “Spring Forward” for Amphibians during FrogWatch USA’s 20th Anniversary

SILVER SPRING, Md.  – Take advantage of Daylight Saving Time and "Spring Forward" for amphibians by  becoming a volunteer  for FrogWatch USA TM , a citizen science program of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA) that is now in its 20 th year! There’s no better way to celebrate the season than by taking action and engaging in conservation in your community. FrogWatch USA is a nationwide effort dedicated to collecting information about... Read More
Posted by Alex Dianu at Friday, March 9, 2018

AZA-Accredited Zoos and Aquariums “Spring Forward” for Amphibians

Silver Spring, MD - - Take advantage of Daylight Savings Time, and "Spring Forward" for amphibians at an Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA)-accredited zoo or aquarium near you. "Amphibians are facing an extinction crisis, and zoos and aquariums are in a unique position to help save them," said Dr. Paul Boyle, AZA's Senior Vice President of Conservation and Education. "By visiting your local AZA-accredited zoo or aquarium and participating in their citizen... Read More
at Thursday, March 7, 2013

“Spring Forward” for Amphibians

Silver Spring, MD   – Take advantage of Daylight Savings Time and “Spring Forward” for Amphibians at an AZA-accredited zoo or aquarium near you. “You, your family and your neighbors can help save these species by becoming citizen scientists.” said Dr. Paul Boyle, AZA’s Senior Vice President of Conservation and Education. “Visit your local AZA-accredited zoo or aquarium to get involved.” Zoos and aquariums across the country held... Read More
at Friday, March 9, 2012

“Spring Forward” For Amphibians 2011

Silver Spring, MD  – As clocks ‘spring forward’ on March 13, 2010, volunteers can take the opportunity to learn more about the amphibians in their own community through FrogWatch USA, the flagship citizen science program of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA). For more than ten years, individuals and families have engaged in amphibian conservation and management by reporting the calls of frogs and toads heard in their area. Previously abundant amphibian... Read More
at Tuesday, March 8, 2011

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