Winter Road Status
During winter, roads in the park may close due to snow and ice, especially at night when water from melting refreezes on roads. For road status information please call (865) 436-1200 ext. 631 or follow road updates at http://twitter.com/SmokiesRoadsNPS. More »
Amphibians of Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Order SALIENTIA—Frogs and Toads
Revised 5-98 by Steve Tilley, Smith College; Sandy Echternacht, University of Tennessee; Dana Soehn and Don Defoe, National Park Service
Collins, J.T., A Checklist of North American Native Amphibians and Reptiles
Redmond, W. H., A.C. Echternacht and A.F. Scott. Annotated Checklist and Bibliography of Amphibians and Reptiles of Tennessee (1835 through 1989)
Redmond, W. H. and A.F. Scott. Atlas of Amphibians in Tennessee
The Center for North American Amphibians and Reptiles website.(http://eagle.cc.ukans.edu/~cnaar/CNAARHomePage.html)
Did You Know?
More than 240 species of birds have been found in the park. Sixty species are year-round residents. Nearly 120 species breed in the park, including 52 species from the neo-tropics. Many other species use the park as an important stopover and foraging area during their semiannual migration. More...