the amphibian foundation's 'c.o.r.e.'

Conserve

Conserve

Working in the field to save endangered southeastern amphibian species
Outreach

Outreach

Connecting students and nature with amphibians and reptiles
Research

Research

Applied conservation research and training for 'citizen scientists' of all ages
Educate

Educate

Academic and camp instruction on amphibian biology and conservation

 

How you can help amphibians!

 

  • Donate to The Amphibian Foundation

    Donate to The Amphibian Foundation

    The Amphibian Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to amphibian conservation and education.

    Our inititatives are dependent on donations, contributions and grants. Please consider donating today or become a member! Any amount helps directly to conserve amphibians in the southeast US.

    Get Involved!

  • Make your yard 'amphibian friendly'

    Make your yard 'amphibian friendly'

    On the frog blog, we are accumulating resources focused on making your backyard more habitable by amphibians. Many times these suggestions involve doing less work then you are currently doing now. Particularly in an urban environment, our properties can be vital to neighborhood amphibian communities.

    Get Involved!

  • Volunteer to Monitor Neighborhood Amphibians

    Volunteer to Monitor Neighborhood Amphibians

    If you are in the Atlanta area, please consider volunteering in the MAAMP program, or suggest survey sites.

    Outside of the metro Atlanta region, you can join your local Frog Watch chapter. If there isn't one in your area ... start one!

    Get Involved!

  • Join our Mailing List

    Join our Mailing List

    Join our mailing list, and receive updates on developments, advancements and upcoming events in The Amphibian Foundation.

    Get Involved!

 

  • Mark Mandica

    Mark is the Executive Director of The Amphibian Foundation and a life-long amphibian conservationist. He is also a biologist, scienfitic illustrator and musician. Most importantly, he is a father and husband.
  • Crystal Mandica

    Crystal is the VP and Director of Education at The Amphibian Foundation. She is also the main instructor for Critter Camp and Atlanta Urban Ecologists.
  • Mark Mandica
  • Crystal Mandica



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