Amphibian Conservation

The Garden has an active amphibian conservation program, which includes live displays in the atrium of the Fuqua Conservatory.

Join us in the atrium Saturdays at 11:00 a.m. and Sundays at 11:30 a.m. for public feedings and Q&A with Amphibian Specialists.

The mission of the program is to promote the conservation of amphibians through education, research and in situ conservation. For more information, please contact Chelsea Thomas at cthomas@atlantabg.org

Amphibians on Display

The lobby of the Fuqua Conservatory is home to several naturalistic displays of frogs from different regions of Central and South America. Drop by the Fuqua Conservatory lobby to watch the conservation team tend to the rare and endangered amphibians on display at the Garden.

Drop by Saturdays at 11 a.m. and Sundays at 11:30 a.m. for Frog Feedings

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Amphibian Research

More than a third of all known amphibians are threatened with extinction. Researching frog behaviors and breeding habits at the Garden is an important tool for preserving these valuable species.

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