Georgia Ecological Services Field Offices
Southeast Region
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Federally Threatened and Endangered Reptiles and Amphibians found in Georgia

Listed Reptiles and Amphibians Learn More New Species Documents

Reticulated Flatwoods salamander (Endangered)
Ambystoma bishopi


Photo: John Jensen

FWS species profile


Frosted Flatwoods salamander (Threatened) Ambystoma cingulatum


Photo: John Jensen

FWS species profile


Loggerhead sea turtle (Threatened)
Caretta caretta


FWS species profile


Green sea turtle (Threatened)
Chelonia mydas



FWS species profile


Leatherback sea turtle (Endangered)
Dermochelys coriacea



FWS species profile

Eastern indigo snake (Threatened)
Drymarchon corais couperi



FWS species profile

2019 Species Status Assessment

2019 Recovery Implementation Strategy (Draft)

Eastern Indigo Snake Poster, 11x17

Eastern Indigo Snake Poster, 11x17 (spanish)

Standard Protection Measures


Hawksbill sea turtle (Endangered)
Eretmochelys imbricata



FWS species profile


Kemp's Ridley sea turtle (Endangered)
Lepidochelys kempi



FWS species profile

 

The list does not include the Bog Turtle (Glyptemys muhlenbergii), which is threatened due to similarity of appearance to other Federally listed species.

Learn more about wildlife of Georgia at Georgia Department of Natural Resources Wildlife Resources Division
and for more species-specific information at GDNR's Species Fact Sheet pages.

 

Last updated: April 26, 2021