The forgotten ones: Oregon spotted frog

Meet the Oregon spotted frog, a small, but resilient amphibian that has captured the hearts of conservationists across the Pacific Northwest. With its mottled brown and black spots and bright green eyes, the Oregon spotted frog is a unique and beautiful species.

Unfortunately, this little frog is also Canada’s most endangered amphibian. Habitat loss, pollution, and disease have caused significant declines in populations across the Pacific Northwest. Without intervention, this frog could be lost forever. A true forgotten species.

Adopt an Oregon spotted frog today

Your adoption will support WPC’s ongoing work with the Oregon spotted frog in the Fraser Valley wetlands of BC. WPC manages a conservation breeding and release program to bolster the wild population. The program has been successful in increasing the number of frogs in the wild but we still have a ways to go before the population is self-sustaining. Your support can ensure we get there and the Oregon spotted frog is not forgotten.

Your adoption kit will include:

  • Personalized adoption certificate
  • ‘Canada’s Forgotten Species’ poster
  • Email updates on your species

WPC’s adoption package is digital!

By providing the adoption information digitally, we are reducing the amount of paper, ink, and other resources that would have been used in printing and shipping a physical package. By going digital, we can reduce our carbon footprint and minimize waste.

The digital adoption package can be easily shared with friends and family via email or social media, making it a great way to inspire others to get involved in conservation efforts.

At the end of the day, our goal is to protect endangered species and their habitats, and by reducing our environmental impact, we are also contributing to the preservation of our planet’s biodiversity.

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