May 5: Threats to Amphibians

Threats to Amphibians (simple) infographic

Created by Nina McDonnell

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Threats to Amphibians (simple) infographic, created by Nina McDonnell

Threats to Amphibians (detailed) infographic

Created by Nina McDonnell

high resolution file can be downloaded here
(Español, Português, and Français)

Threats to Amphibians (detailed) infographic, created by Nina McDonnell

Lighting Lanterns for Amphibians

Sponsored by Nina McDonnell, PARC, ARC

Wednesday, May 5, 2021 (all day)

Join us in lighting lanterns to raise awareness about the global amphibian crisis. Follow along with the video to make a lantern for a species you care about, then shine a light on amphibians in need by posting a picture of it illuminated on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram. In the caption, share one threat facing your species or amphibians worldwide.

The Amphibian Chytrid Fungus

Stories about frogs don’t always end with “happily ever after.” But Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute scientist Brian Gratwicke is working to rewrite frogs’ fate against a deadly foe: the amphibian chytrid fungus. Read the Q+A.

The Amphibian Chytrid Fungus

NW PARC’s Virtual Annual Meeting

Want to learn more about threats to amphibians?  Hop on over and attend NW PARC’s virtual annual meeting May 7-8, 2021!  This year’s theme is Threats, Stressors, and Solutions.  Our 4 Plenary speakers include Dr Whit Gibbons, Dr Wendy Palen,  Dr John Richardson and Mark Thompson.

You can find more information and registration information here: professionalbiology.com/cpd/conference