Volume 26 Issue 4, Fall 2021 by Jenny Erickson Amphibians, consisting in our area of frogs, toads, salamanders, and newts,...
It was a rather warm and muggy night for the amphibian walk on June 26. Fortunately, the heavy rains of...
Volume 23 Issue 1, Spring 2018 by Erica Schwabach Jefferson SalamanderPhoto by Liam McGranahan What do you think of when...
Vol. 22 Issue 1, Spring 2017 by Lauren White Photo by Sharon Plummer Painted turtles (Chrysemys picta) are the most widely-distributed native turtles...
Vol. 21 Issue 3, Fall 2016 By Kerry Bzdyk Photo by Liam McGranahan The Marbled Salamander (Abystoma opacum) is a...
Vol. 21 Issue 2, Summer 2016 By Kerry Bzdyk Recently a visitor from out of town sat in my backyard...
Vol. 17 Issue 12, Winter 2012 by Liam McGranaghan Spotted Salamander The weather forecast called for heavy rains and warming...
Vol. 17 Issue 4, Winter 2012 by Emily Cook If you have ever taken an early spring walk through the...
Vol. 11 Issue 1, Spring 2006 By Nicole Hamilton The wood turtle got its name because each segment of its...
Vol. 10 Issue 2, Summer 2005 By Nicole Hamilton Green Frog Frogs, toads and salamanders are our local amphibians. Most...
- Beaverdam Run Tributary Site Has Unacceptable Ecological Score
- Pickerel Frog and Salamander Show Up for Black Branch Survey
- Chloride Monitoring Data
- Volunteer Spotlight: Jane Yocom
- Limestone Branch Tributary Continues to Receive High Scores for Water Quality
- Goldenrod Provides a Beautiful Backdrop for Birds at Blue Ridge Center
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