The historical Bay Area is notorious for many things, wine, activism, and music–to name a few. Most Berkleyans will agree that this area is practically overrun with protesters, painters, and artists. While The Black Keys might have rocked Outside Lands last year, the best performance around is Drumming for the Frogs, a group composed of scientist, educators, and musicians, who drum to save endangered amphibians.

Drumming for the Frogs is a movement that is associated with an organization called SAVE THE FROGS!, the first and only public charity that is dedicated to raising the awareness and education of environmental conservation. SAVE THE FROGS! aims to acquaint society with an appreciation for amphibians and develop a public interest in wildlife.