Vermont Reptile and Amphibian Atlas e-mail List update + some reptiles

from an email Jim sent:

Folks, I just received a report of a Painted Turtle out yesterday in Fair Haven.  Eastern Red-backed Salamanders were moving two nights ago here in Salisbury, and a Common Gartersnake was seen on the surface near its den Sunday in Monkton.  These warm days are keeping some reptiles and amphibians active very late in the season.

You are receiving this e-mail because at one point you contributed a report of a reptile or amphibian to the Vermont Reptile and Amphibian Atlas. I have a few e-mail lists, but this one I only use twice a year when I am fundraising to keep the Vermont Reptile and Amphibian Atlas active.

Our goal is:

to gather and disseminate data that are needed on the reptiles and amphibians of Vermont in a way that involves and informs Vermont individuals and organizations so that they can become more informed and effective stewards of wildlife habitat.  

You can learn more about us by visiting our website at

Right now, I am not fundraising.  I am checking to see if you would like to be removed from this fundraising list permanently.  If so, just hit reply and say Unsubscribe in the subject line. If you are on the Vermont Reptile and Amphibian Update list already, you will stay on that list.  This list only has to do with fundraising.

Stay healthy and thanks for your past reports of Vermont Reptiles and Amphibians.   Please do keep them coming.

Jim Andrews
642 Smead Road
Salisbury, VT  05769

We met our fundraising goal for 2020.  Thanks!

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