Froglife is a national wildlife conservation charity concerned with the conservation of the UK's amphibian and reptile populations and their associated habitats. Our holistic approach enables us to take individuals on a wildlife journey, whilst also delivering amazing results for our species. Froglife strives to make practical differences with our teams working on-the-ground to restore and create vital amphibian and reptile habitats and engage local people in the process. Together we are encouraging as many people as possible, from all walks of life, to get involved in wildlife conservation.
Our work falls into three strands; transforming lives, transforming landscapes, transforming research.
Our environmental education programme has gained an enviable reputation for engaging the wider community, especially those who would not usually take part, in nature conservation. Natural Achievers is an outdoor therapy project for adults with Learning Disabilities, Autism and/or mental health problems. It complements other Froglife projects including Green Pathways (working with disadvantaged young people in Peterborough and Glasgow).
Our on-the-ground conservation and research work involves habitat creation, restoration and management and citizen science programmes.