THOUSAND FRIENDS OF FROGS'
Need Friends" Watercolor
Thousand Friends of Frogs Educator Activity Guide
of Minnesota's Frogs and Toads: Reference and Training Tape
and Frogs of Minnesota and Their Habitats Poster
Frog Trunk: Classroom Resource Kit
Need Friends" Watercolor
your mouse over the photo for a close up view.)
Wisconsin resident, Laurie Caple, an artist and valued
frog team member, painted this beautiful watercolor entitled, "Frogs
Need Friends." Laurie has illustrated for the Wildlife Conservation
Society and has work on permanent display at Central Park Wildlife
Center (NY). Signed and numbered 16" x 26" prints are
now available. Proceeds benefit A Thousand Friends of Frogs. Cost
is $100 ($50 is tax-deductible). To order or request more information,
please call 651-523-2591 or e-mail email@example.com
of Minnesota's Frogs and Toads:
Reference and Training Tape and CD
The Calls of Minnesota's Frogs and Toads: Reference and Training
Tape is produced by Minnesota Frog Watch. Audio tape or CD is available.
The recordings are clear and will help you learn the calls of the
state's frogs and toads. Cost is $12.00 (this includes sales tax,
shipping and handling). If you would like to obtain the tape or
CD, please send a check to A Thousand Friends
of Frogs, Hamline Univeristy Center for Global Environmental Education,
1536 Hewitt Avenue, St. Paul, MN 55104.
Frog Trunks: Classroom Resource Kit
Frogs trunks have been developed by the project staff and are available
from the Science Museum of Minnesota. Check with the Science
Museum of Minnesota for rental rates. These trunks contain an
array of frog and amphibian materials which can be used by teachers
to educate students about frogs and the challenges that face them.
Contents include posters, learning activities, puppets, scientific
materials, and of course some plastic dart frogs!! The trunks have
been funded by the Legislative Commission on Minnesota Resources.
This is a new resource for you available on the web site, a PowerPoint
slide presentation on the malformities and the declines in frog
and toad populations. You will require the software PowerPoint to
view this presentation. Click
here to download the viewer. If you have the full software you
can manipulate the presentation. If you do change the slides, please
source where you received the information and images.
Click here to find out about PowerPoint http://officeupdate.microsoft.com/Articles/viewerscvt.htm
PowerPoint Presentations from the National Science Teachers Association
(NSTA) Conference 2000:
1) Frog Malformities--How
can my students help?
2) Frogs as Bio-Indicators
Choose from these other areas:
Frogs on the Net