In my native Ontario, I have encountered the diminutive Eastern Red-back Salamander (Plethodon cinereus) many times. However, this year I had the opportunity to observe the larger Western Red-backed Salamander (P. vehiculum). To see this species I had to travel
The genus Eurycea is made up of some twenty-seven salamander species. These are commonly referred to as stream or brook salamanders, due to the preferred habitats of some species. However, aside from streams these salamanders may also be found in
As the summer slips away and cooler temperatures move in, most people would assume that the time to observe reptiles and amphibians has past. But Autumn is one of the best times to encounter salamanders, as these amphibians prefer cooler
#SaveTheDate for the next international #salamandersaturday celebration on May 5th 2018! #staytuned #herpetology #conservation #salamanders
I saw a couple of beautiful Yellow-Spotted Salamanders (Ambystoma maculatum) today out in the field.
I just got home from Pelee Island – the only place in Canada where the Endangered Small-mouthed Salamander (Ambystoma texanum) is be found.
Today I gave a presentation on the conservation of salamanders at the Tweed Public Library.
Today I gave a presentation on the conservation of #salamanders at the Mac Johnson Wildlife Area’s Nature Centre.
I was screening for #chytrid today for the Wildlife Research & Monitoring Section of the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources & Forestry.