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Advisors: Dr. Michael Black and Dr. Adam Safer
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Other Georgia Herp. Links

Atlanta Botanical Garden
American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists
Amphibians & Reptiles of the Southeastern US and Virgin Islands (also tadpole guide)

Amphibians in Peril in the Southeast Aquatic Reptiles in Peril in the Southeast
Calls of the Frogs and Toads of Georgia (buy the CD)
Center for North American Herpetology
Fernbank Natural History Museum
Frogwatch USA
Georgia Department of Natural Resources
Georgia Herpetological Society
Georgia Museum of Natural History Herpetology Collection
Georgia Outdoors' Episode on Reptiles and Amphibians (watch the show online!)
Georgia Reptile and Amphibian Rescue Effort (GRARE)
Georgia's Reptiles and Amphibians (w/ID guide)
Georgia Reptiles Species List (with pictures)
Gopher Tortoise Council
Herpetologists' League
Kids' Online Herpetology Resources
Little River Research Station
North American Field Herping Association
North American Amphibian Monitoring Program
Management for Amphibians in Peril in the Southeast
Medical Herpetology and Snake Bite Resources

Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge Amphibian Research and Monitoring
PARC Southeast (Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation)
Protected Species in Georgia
Research Funding for Undergraduates
Rescue Centers and Herp Societies in Georgia
Savannah River Ecology Herpetology Lab

Save a Frog.org
Smoky Mountain Field School Reptile and Amphibian ID classes
Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles
Tadpoles of the Southeast
University of Georgia Herpetological Society
ZooAtlanta

Related Resources:
Snakes of North Carolina
South Carolina Reptiles and Amphibians
Animal Sounds (including frog calls)
Tetrapod Zoology
Science Daily: Frog and Reptile News

 

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