We monitor priority amphibian presence and distribution across multiple sites in southern Ghana, including the Togo-Volta highlands, Atewa hills forest reserve, Kakum National Park, Ankasa Conservation Area, and more. Our monitoring activities have led to the discovery of several new species to science, such as Phrynobatrachus afiabirago and Conraua sagyimase.

Additionally, we employ a novel noninvasive repeated count method (N-mixture) to assess the population of critically endangered frogs, evaluating the impact of our conservation interventions on these species.

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