Blue Poison Dart Frog

Blue Poison Dart Frog

The blue poison dart frog was first discovered in 1968. It is a relic species living in a few isolated patches of relic rainforest habitat. Blue poison dart frogs can release toxins from the skin that are distasteful and potentially lethal to predators.

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Address:


One Conservation Place
Syracuse, NY 13204
(315) 435-8511

Directions:


From the North

Take I-81 South to exit 23A (Hiawatha Blvd.)
Turn right onto Hiawatha Blvd; At the stoplight at the end of the road turn left
Follow Erie Blvd. straight and turn right onto Geddes Street
Turn right onto Seymour Street
Turn right onto S. Wilbur Avenue; the Zoo will be on your left.

From the South

Take I-81 North to I-690 West to exit 10 (Geddes Street)
Turn left onto Geddes Street
Turn right onto Seymour Street
Turn right onto S. Wilbur Avenue; the Zoo will be on your left.

From the East

Take I-90 West to exit 36 (I-81)
Take I-81 South to exit 23A (Hiawatha Blvd.)
Turn right onto Hiawatha Blvd; At the stoplight at the end of the road turn left
Follow Erie Blvd. straight and turn right onto Geddes Street
Turn right onto Seymour Street
Turn right onto S. Wilbur Avenue; the Zoo will be on your left.

From the West

Take I-90 East to exit 39 (I-690)
Take I-690 East to exit 8 (Hiawatha Blvd.)
Turn right onto Hiawatha Blvd; At the stoplight at the end of the road turn left
Follow Erie Blvd. straight and turn right onto Geddes Street
Turn right onto Seymour Street
Turn right onto S. Wilbur Avenue; the Zoo will be on your left.