The Garden's amphibian program promotes conservation through education, research and in situ efforts, including live displays in the Fuqua Conservatory, educational programming and a striped newt reintroduction program.

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Amphibians on Display

Discover some of the world’s most fascinating, rare, endangered and poisonous frogs in the Dorothy Chapman Fuqua Conservatory lobby.

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Frog Feedings

Guests are invited to join public amphibian feedings and Q&A sessions with Garden amphibian specialists every Saturday at 10 a.m.

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Striped Newt Repatriation Project

The Atlanta Botanical Garden breeds striped newts and releases offspring into the wild in hopes of re-establishing lost populations of this imperiled species.

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Education Collections

The Gardens amphibian outreach program gives local students the opportunity to meet frogs, salamanders and more.

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Meet the Team

Learn more about the dedicated humans behind the Garden’s amphibian education, conservation and outreach efforts.

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