Vanishing Frogs
Welcome to the Vanishing Frogs website Seven species no longer with us Why frogs are vanishing How you can help save frogs Hope for a vanishing frog Test your knowledge of frogs and their plight Frog websites

All over the world, the songs of frogs herald spring's arrival.

But as we pave over the wild places where they live, their chorus begins to fall silent.

Why are frogs vanishing? Who are some of the victims? What you can do to help?

Seven extinct frog species
Why frogs are vanishing
How you can help frogs

Stephen Hale

James P. Blair

Cecil Schwalbe
Hope for a vanishing frog
Frogs and their plight
Websites about frogs

Creators, contributors, and consultants

Carol B. Lutyk

Carrie L. Clayton
Carol B. Lutyk

This project was planned, written, and
researched by the students in the
Advanced Editing class at Arizona State
University (fall 2000 semester).
Annie Angus
Elizabeth Baldacchino
Melissa Bradsher
Trisha Coffman
Karina Coronel
Eric Davis
Rebecca Hallengren
Tarah Henderson
Shawna Kemppainen
Adam Klawon
Celia O'Brien
Alberto Vega
Catherine Whitaker
June Wilhite

Rocky Dixon
Karen Font
Bob Gray
Stephen Hale
Mia Hutnik
Rachel Ivanyi

Julie Knapp
Valerie May
Jim Rorabaugh
Cecil Schwalbe

Patricia A. Burrowes
University of Puerto Rico

Martha Crump
Northern Arizona University

Randy Jennings
Western New Mexico University

Rafael L. Joglar
University of Puerto Rico

Enrique La Marca
Universidad de Los Andes

Karen Lips
Southern Illinois University

Stephen Loetters
Zoologisches Forschungsinstitut und Museum Alexander Koenig

Keith McDonald
Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service

Donald K. Nichols
National Zoological Park

Jim Rorabaugh
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

Cecil Schwalbe
USGS Sonoran Desert Field Station

John W. Wilkinson
Declining Amphibian Populations Task Force