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

    Passionate About Conservation
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  • The Amphibian Foundation

    is dedicated to connecting individuals, communities and organizations in order to create and implement lasting solutions to the global amphibian extinction crisis.
    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. This page highlights all the people and organizations that have joined the Amphibian Foundation in their mission.

    Contact us
    562 7 RIBBIT (742248)

    Contact Us

    We welcome anyone who wants to join us in the fight to save amphibians AF Inclusion & Diversity Statement

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Tessa Winbigler

Tessa Winbigler

Flatwoods Salamander Lab
Tess Yaney

Tess Yaney

Photographer
Bree Gentry 2

Bree Gentry

Amphibian Lab
Abby Needell

Abby Needell

Squamate Lab
Juan Taquechel

Juan Taquechel

Squamate Lab
Michael Berry

Michael Berry

Flatwoods Salamander Lab
Jin Uzeda 2

Jin Uzeda

Turtle Collections
Morgan Peek 2

Morgan Peek

Squamate Lab
Katie Clayton

Katie Clayton

Amphibian Lab
Alyssa Bachmeier

Alyssa Bachmeier

Conservation Collections
Michaela Daniel

Michaela Daniel

Inventory Specialist
Kevin Blackwell 2

Kevin Blackwell

Invertebrates
Jeffrey Weiss

Jeffrey Weiss

Tractability Specialist
Einola Carter

Einola Carter

Aquatics
Melanie Valle

Melanie Valle

Squamate Lab
Ahmad Ansar 2

Ahmad Ansar

Invertebrates
Maya Nelson 2

Maya Nelson

Conservation Collections


The Amphibian Foundation Logo

The Amphibian Foundation Logo

Larval Flatwoods Salamander

The Amphibian Foundation logo, which was drawn by AF Founder Mark Mandica, is a stylized depiction of the larval form of the Frosted Flatwoods Salamander (Ambystoma cingulatum). Salamanders in this family (Ambystomatidae) include the Spotted Salamander (A. maculatum), the Marbled Salamander (A. opacum) and the Axolotl (A. mexicanum)