Public awareness and education have been integrated into the project wherever possible.
Examples include the following:
- This bilingual website has been an easily accessible method for disseminating information about the species, project, and materials such as the husbandry manual.
- Many training opportunities have been created for US and Panamanian students and AZA zoo/aquarium staff in field techniques.
A classroom curriculum was developed and in 2003 a golden frog conservation workshop was offered to school teachers in Panama by members of PGF/PRD in order to educate school-age children (In Spanish)
Preserved frogs from the captive colony were distributed to over a dozen museum collections in the US so future researchers will have access to specimens once the species no longer exists in the wild.
The Panamanian Golden Frog Coloring Book
The Panamanian Golden Frog Coloring Book is bilingual
Submit completed pages to: Tom Weaver/PGF, Tropical Discovery, Denver Zoological Foundation. 2300 Steele Street Denver, CO 80205