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College & Adult Courses

Biology of the Reptiles

Biology of the Reptiles is offered during Spring semesters at Agnes Scott College in Decatur, GA. The course is open to all.

— This class will be offered 100% online this semester and will start in March —

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Critters & Cabernet

Critters & Cabernet debuted at the 2018 Atlanta Science Festival. This is the 21+ version of our popular children's program — Critter Camp. C & C is a casual learning experience in series format, so we focus on a specific topic or group of animals each session.

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Venomous Handling and Certification Program

Venomous Training Program
If you are a land manager, environmental consultant, first responder, zoo professional, herpetology enthusiast, photographer, or private citizen looking to learn how to safely handle and relocate venomous reptiles, this course is for you!

We are pleased to offer a Venomous Handling and Certification Program at the Amphibian Foundation in partnership with the Rattlesnake Conservancy.

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Biology of the Amphibians

Fall 2021 Class will be offered 100% remotely via Zoom


Biology of the Amphibians is taught at Agnes Scott College in Decatur, GA by Executive Director Mark Mandica. The class is offered through Agnes Scott's Continuing Education Program, and is open to all.

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In-person & Online Programs

AF Leadership and Research staff can visit your class, group, organization, or event. The visits can be in-person, if you are in the greater metro Atlanta area, or remote via Zoom.

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