International trade takes a heavy toll on frogs and other amphibians, putting many species in danger. This year at CITES, we’ve been working hard to bring this important issue to everyone’s attention.
Posts Categorized: Amphibians
The real purpose of leap day may be to keep the calendar aligned with the seasons, but here at Defenders of Wildlife, we’d like to believe the day is designed to honor our favorite leapers.
Government raids of wildlife smugglers yield millions in confiscated booty and an alarming number of body parts from endangered animals.
The endangered limestone salamander lives nowhere else in the world except in the lower Merced River region of California. But if a local hydropower company has its way, crucial habitat for this slippery salamander will soon be underwater.
A bogus report from Crop Life America says pesticides are good for the economy and the environment.