Central & South America

The Panamanian golden frog could already be extinct in its natural range.

Seneca Park Zoo participates in the Panamanian Golden Frog Species Survival Plan (SSP).

Panamanian golden frogs of Central & South America are listed as critically endangered. The major threats to this species include loss of habitat, over collection, and a disease called chytridiomycosis. Some scientists suspect that the Panamanian golden frog has been extinct in its natural range since 2006.

What You Can Do

Support Seneca Park Zoo’s efforts both at the Zoo and in the field to ensure that this amazing species does not become extinct. Your contribution helps us support conservation in Central & South America, across the world, and right here at the Zoo. 

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April 1 through October 31

November 1 through March 31

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