‘The only hope for populations and species at imminent risk of extinction is the immediate rescue for the establishment and management of captive survival-assurance colonies’
ACAP 2006 Report.
Working with state, federal and international partners, the Amphibian Foundation develops novel, species-specific conservation programs, as outlined in the Amphibian Conservation Action Plan (ACAP 2006)
The goals of which are always to experimentally release healthy captive-produced offspring into protected and managed habitat.
The ultimate goal is that these species will no longer need our protection and will be safe, once again, in the wild.
Programs such as these are always in need of funding and support. If you would like to contribute to amphibian conservation, please click below — thank you!