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  • A m p h i b i a n F o u n d a t i o n

    Protecting Amphibians and Their Habitats

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Latest News43% of the World's Amphibians are in Decline

According to the IUCN, 43% of the world's amphibians are in catastrophic decline, or already extinct. This percentage is higher than declining mammals and birds combined. Amphibians are disappearing from pristine environments, as well as developed areas. Find out more about how you can help — starting right in your own backyard!

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  • Amphibian Foundation

    We’re an Atlanta-based nonprofit that leads one-of-a-kind conservation research programs to address threats in the southeastern United States and across the globe.
    We provide unique educational opportunities for all ages to learn about amphibians and inspire conservation.
    Established in 2016 by Mark and Crystal Mandica, we collaborate with partners in the fight against amphibian extinction.

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    The Amphibian Foundation relies on support in the form of annual and sustaining memberships. Our membership program provides the support needed to continue our conservation programs & gives members opportunities to get further involved!

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  • Captive Propagation

    ‘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.
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Mission: Dedicated to connecting individuals, communities
 & organizations in order to create & implement lasting solutions to the global amphibian extinction crisis.

Interns

Emily Capps - Communications Consultant

Emily Capps

Communications Consultant
Jeffrey Weiss

Jeffrey Weiss

Research Intern
Jenny Wilson - Communications Intern

Jenny Wilson

Communications Intern
Dani Glover - Communications Intern

Dani Glover

Communications Intern
Erin Frew - Research Intern

Erin Frew

Research Intern
Heather Yeung - Communications Intern

Heather Yeung

Communications Intern
Katie Roberts - Scientific Illustration Intern

Katie Roberts

Scientific Illustration Intern
Victoria Gould - Communications Intern

Victoria Gould

Communications Intern
Roberto Valencia - International Intern (Ecuador)

Roberto Valencia

International Intern (Ecuador)