Tag: conservation

to the Herpers: amphibians in wintering sites, maybe

Herpers, a few hardy groups headed out Friday night in the snow. Kiley B was unable to find any crossing amphibians in the snow in central Vermont. Kate K, Cindy S, Nina M and others did find a couple Blue-spotted

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to Herpers: conditions for seeking migrating amphibians

Herpers, I have been watching the weather forecast carefully for tonight to see if it would be a good night for amphibian migration. I look for a few predictors. I want to make sure that where I am going to

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Road Crossings for Salamanders: new report

Here’s some good reading for us! There’s a new report out from the Agency of Transportation: Where Do Salamanders Cross The Road? Development Of A GIS Model To Identify Amphibian Road-Crossing Hotspots Authors are Steven D. Faccio, Sean W. MacFaden,

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Dr. Andrews presents: Establishing Baseline Distribution Data on Vermont’s Reptiles and Amphibians

This video of Jim’s presentation at last fall’s Forest Ecosystem Monitoring Cooperative (FEMC) annual meeting was just put on line. In case you weren’t able to attend, you can watch it here: Establishing Baseline Distribution Data on Vermont’s Reptiles and

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