Throwback Thursday! I’d like to honour the salamander, education ambassador, Charmander today! He is a Barred Tiger Salamander (Ambystoma mavortium). He was the very first Tiger Salamander that I had ever adopted, and I had got him from an individual
#SaveTheDate for the next international #salamandersaturday celebration on May 5th 2018! #staytuned #herpetology #conservation #salamanders
This morning I gave a presentation on the conservation of salamanders for an Ecology Class at the Nepean High School.
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.
Last night I gave a lecture on salamander conservation for around 150 students at Trent University.
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.
Today I traveled to Quebec to observe one Canada’s rarest salamander species, the Spring Salamander.
A very beautiful aberrant Plethodon cinereus I saw today. Amazing!!!