- Watch colorful poison dart frogs hunt for insects.
- Listen to the sounds of a frog-filled pond at dusk.
- Get an inside look at how BioPark herpetologists care for endangered species in the biosecure Amphibian Conservation Lab.
The amphibian exhibit is home to dozens of frogs, toads, salamanders and other amphibians. Get a rare glimpse into their world to discover their environmental importance and the extinction crisis that threatens their future.
Our Actions Matter
Amphibians around the world are disappearing due to habitat loss, climate change, pet trade and Chytrid fungus (Chyridiomycosis).
Here are some simple actions you can take to help amphibians:
- Don't remove wild amphibians from their habitat. If you find a native frog or toad, leave it alone.
- Avoid releasing pet amphibians into the wild. Introduced species, like bullfrogs, may outcompete native amphibians for food or introduce disease into the area.
- Become a Zoo Parent to support amphibian care and conservation programs.
Links and resources
Amphibian Mosaic Mural
Nearly 7,000 students in New Mexico came together to contribute to the amphibian mosaic mural. Look closely, and you will see each tile is an individual artwork. Step back to see how they come together to create the "big picture."
The 5'x9' mosaic is on permanent display at the Amphibians: Life on a Limb exhibit. As part of the community-wide program, participants will be able to access the mural online in the Project S.N.A.P. Online Art Museum. View the art and read artist statements to learn about preserving amphibian populations around the world.
Plan Your Visit
Ladera Golf Course is home to the To'Hajiilee Summer Junior Golf Program,
Fall and Spring Swim lessons are offered at West Mesa Aquatic Center and Sandia Pool. Classes are divided by age and skill level.
Read more about Tennis Lessons through the City's Parks and Recreation Department.