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Herp Update, January 18, 2020

Herpers, surprisingly I have received reports of two Wood Turtles, one Spotted Salamander and one Gray Treefrog in the last two weeks.  The Spotted Salamander was reported by Kristine G in Burlington.  She sent a video that showed the poor

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Herp Update: first report of 2021

Herpers, our first herp report of the year came in on January 1st from Kiley Briggs and Melanie L who checked in on an overwintering site for Wood Turtles.  He sent a video that showed two or three turtles underneath

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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

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Herp Update

Herpers, with temperatures in the 50’s last night and after an afternoon of rain, once again conditions looked perfect for amphibian migration last night.  Thankfully, most of the amphibians appear to have found their overwintering locations by now.  I went

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to Herpers: snakes and frogs overwintering indoors, human population

Herpers, I have been receiving recent reports of snakes and a couple frogs overwintering in people’s houses.  Over the weekend I heard of a Northern Leopard Frog overwintering in a cellar sump pump depression filled with water (a first) and

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