NATIVE ECTOTHERM EXHIBIT
Our Native Ectotherm Exhibit is home to a variety of local reptiles, amphibians, and fish. Housed in habitats designed to simulate their natural habitat, visitors can observe natural behaviors and get a close look at species which in the outdoors are often hidden or only seen for an instant.
OUTDOOR ANIMAL EXHIBITS
Our outdoor animal exhibits are all located just outside the Visitor Center and are free to the public. Although donations are encouraged to help fund the feeding and care of our animals.
- Four of our ducks reside in an oval duck pond built by Leadership Johns Creek.
- Our rabbit also lives in the oval duck pond area.
- Pebbles, our African Spurred Tortoise, has an outdoor habitat next to the Star Pond where he can often be found during Visitor Center open hours
- Chickens (and their new coop) can be seen at the Star Pond enclosure.
- Our three Dwarf Nigerian Goats are across the street from the Visitor Center close to the Heritage Garden.
Exhibits are free to the public, although donations are encouraged to help fund the feeding and care of our animals.
Check our calendar to view upcoming Animal Encounters and Friday Feeding Times!
Please keep our animals healthy – only feed the ducks, rabbit, chickens, goats and tortoise food provided by Autrey Mill.
Our thanks to the following who have contributed to improving and expanding Autrey Mill’s animal exhibits: The MacConnell family, North American Native Fish Association, Georgia Power, Johns Creek Kiwanis, BB&T Bank (State Bridge Rd branch), and multiple Eagle Scouts.