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.
This morning I gave a presentation on the conservation of salamanders for an Ecology Class at the Nepean High School.
Yesterday I observed my first Two-lined Salamander (Eurycea bislineata) of the year!
Salamanders are one of the most at-risk groups of animals in the world! Around half of all known species are in serious decline. Many are threatened with extinction. Individuals who spend a lot of time enjoying the great outdoors often
Today I gave a presentation on the conservation of salamanders at the Tweed Public Library.
This afternoon as part of #WorldWildlifeDay I gave a presentation on salamander conservation for a group of students at the Cat Creek.