The Atewa Range Forest Reserve in Ghana, known for its biodiversity, lacked a comprehensive assessment as a Key Biodiversity Area (KBA) against the standard. Collaborating with CSIR-Forestry Research Institute of Ghana and A Rocha Ghana, Herp Conservation Ghana conducted a KBA assessment focused on the forest’s unique amphibian species. This effort led to the formal recognition of the reserve as both a KBA and an Allianz for Zero Extinction Site (AZE).

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