Froglife is committed to making an on-the-ground difference for amphibians and reptiles through improving habitats, working with volunteers and introducing new audiences to these incredible animals.
|Froglife's photo album style annual review for 2011-12|
And here’s a summary of what Froglife got up to in a busy year....
• 61 new ponds were created
• 46 ponds restored to their former glory
• 32 terrestrial habitats were improved for amphibians, reptiles and other wildlife
• 44 wildlife surveys were undertaken
• 164 hours of surveying completed in Scotland alone, leading to 432 new amphibian records
• 304 volunteers have worked with us achieving great things for wildlife
• One super volunteer undertook over 300 hours of volunteering through the Wildlife Ambassadors project. Ash Jarvis helped create habitats and encouraged others to learn about amazing amphibians and reptiles
• Hard working Toad Patroller volunteers completed a fantastic 1,085 nights of Toad Patrolling
• 775 people directly benefitted from our educational work and activities
• We ran 171 talks and training sessions
• Young offenders in Peterborough completed 1,290 hours of reparation with us, giving back to the community and managing wildlife habitats
• We had 49,707 website hits
• 2,000+ people followed us on Twitter
• 1,000+ people liked us on Facebook
• We released 112 Croaks and 69 press releases
|Scrapes created at Windlaw Marsh|
All in all it was a great year. We are really excited about what we’ve already achieved in 2012, and about what’s to come!
• Read the full annual review online as a PDF here
• You can become part of our mission through making a donation or helping out as a volunteer.
• There is more information about all of our projects on our website here