We rely on donations to AmphibiaWeb! Your gift helps amphibian conservation by supporting the AmphibiaWeb site. We are a non-profit, educational project providing public, global access to information on amphibian declines, conservation, natural history, and taxonomy.
AmphibiaWeb is a collaboration, which relies on volunteer effort from many scientists, students, and individuals around the world. We seek funds to pay for a part time coordinator as well as ongoing costs. We need funding to support the server hardware and maintenance as well as programmer time to maintain and further the development of the AmphibiaWeb site.
Donations can be made securely online by credit card to the Friends of AmphibiaWeb fund at the Museum of Vertebrate Zoology, University of California, Berkeley. (Note: There are three funds listed on the Museum of Vertebrate Zoology page. Please be sure to select the Friends of AmphibiaWeb fund, which ensures that your donation will go directly to AmphibiaWeb site maintenance.)
To make a gift in other ways, or if you would like more information about donating, please contact:
Museum of Vertebrate Zoology
University of California, Berkeley
3101 Valley Life Science Building
Berkeley, CA 94720-3160
You may also contact email@example.com if you have questions about how to make donations.
Contributing Photos and Species Accounts to AmphibiaWeb
We are always interested in acquiring more amphibian photos, particularly of species for which we do not yet have photos. All photos are entered into the CalPhotos database, to which AmphibiaWeb links. CalPhotos allows photographers to upload photos in JPEG format directly into the database via the Web. Information associated with each photo is also required when you upload the photo, such as correct species name, location where photo was taken, and date.
Detailed information about contributing and instructions for how to register as a photographer are available at these URLs:
If you would like to see a list of species for which we already have photos, please see this list.
If you are interested in writing species accounts, please contact us and let us know which species accounts you are interested in writing. To see whether or not we already have an account for a particular species, you can search for the species on this page. Species accounts can be written directly on the Web (into a Web form we have prepared for this purpose), or you can write the account elsewhere and mail it to us.
AmphibiaWeb's data comes from numerous individuals--please see our acknowledgements page for information about our contributors.
Thank you for supporting AmphibiaWeb and amphibian conservation!