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In the News:
2018 Jackson Hole Science Media Awards: A film by Katie Garrett about the Honduras Amphibian Rescue and Conservation Center was selected as a finalist for her effective science communication and storytelling. This film was published by National Geographic and can be watched here: Stunning Close-ups: Meet These Frogs Before They Go Extinct
National Geographic Explorer Classroom in the Field by Jonathan Kolby and Ben Mirin: A presentation was live-streamed from the cloud forest in Cusuco National Park, Honduras to schools around the world. Watch the recorded presentation here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B9084bDhV3w
National Geographic published an article about our work: Watch a Daring Mission to Rescue Rare Tree Frogs
National Geographic published a video produced by Katie Garrett describing our frog rescue project: Stunning Close-ups: Meet These Frogs Before They Go Extinct
Jonathan Kolby was named Editor's Choice winner of the 2016 Amphibian Personality of the Year Award by the Reptile Report! Thank you, Reptile Report!
Jonathan Kolby presented at National Geographic Family Day, Feb 20, 2017. Video coming soon!
HARCC is featured in a story by Good Nature Travel. Read their article: "Video: Endangered Honduras Frogs get a new Health Clinic".
National Geographic Explorer Classroom: Featuring Jonathan Kolby & HARCC-- Watch the National Geographic Explorer Classroom video HERE.
Blog post by Phoenix Zoo Senior Reptile Keeper Matt Tietgen: Honduras Amphibian Rescue and Conservation Center
Rutgers Alumni Story: Jonathan Kolby (CC’03) – Friend of the Frogs (article HERE)
We were just featured by National Geographic! Read their fantastic article: How to Rescue These Adorable Tree Frogs
Jonathan Kolby is named reader's choice winner of the 2015 Amphibian Personality of the Year Award by the Reptile Report! Thank you, Reptile Report!
Brandon Greaves is interviewed by KETV News to talk about HARCC (watch HERE)
HARCC is featured in ZooPrints (see HERE), Omaha's Henry Doorly Zoo & Aquarium's quarterly magazine.
Cover story published by IUCN Amphibian Specialist Group: FrogLog #106 (read HERE)