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A Rocha Field Notes

The choir of creation resounds with a pandemonium of birdsong, croaking frogs, rushing rivers, braying mammals and buzzing insects. Add to this a multitude of human languages, and we find a symphony of voices, all giving praise to their Creator. In Psalm 19, the voice of the heavens is said to declare the glory of God: 

‘There is no speech, nor are there words, 

    whose voice is not heard. 

Their voice goes out through all the earth, 

    and their words to the end of the world.’ 

The destruction of habitat, pollution and a changing climate are causing some of creation's beloved voices to go quiet, like the endangered Atewa Slippery Frog Conraua sagyimase in Ghana and Clarke's Weaver Ploceus golandi in Kenya. Thank you for supporting these creatures and their forest homes through the Big Give Green Match Fund in April! Together, you raised £20,116 to support our African Forest Programme. Read on for more celebratory stories from our work around the world.   

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