PROTECTing Ghana's biodiversity for over a decade
How We Do It!
The field team monitors wildlife through camera trapping efforts and herpetological surveys, which have led to new species discoveries and the rediscovery of populations that were once thought to be extinct.
Herp Conservation Ghana recently expanded Onepone Endangered Species Refuge to increase protection for highly threatened amphibians and other species that share the same habitat.
Education & Outreach
Herp Conservation Ghana regularly engages local communities in outreach efforts to convey the importance of biodiversity conservation and the sustainable management of natural resources.
The team helped install a well to provide local community members with access to clean water. This has improved livelihoods while also contributing to the conservation of species that inhabit local streams.