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© Lora Denis
March 7, 2020–Ontario Nature Staff
Reptiles and Amphibians
Spotted salamander © Ryan Wolfe
June 19, 2018–Ryan Wolfe
Spotted salamander © Tricia Stinnissen
Spotted salamanders spend the majority of their time underground and out of sight. However, every spring they emerge to breed and lay eggs in the low lying areas of forests ...
March 16, 2017–Emma Horrigan
Community Science•Reptiles and Amphibians
Mudpuppy © Joe Crowley
“A Mud-WHAT?!”…This slightly confused inquiry is one that I often get when I talk about Ontario’s largest salamander, the mudpuppy (Necturus maculosus).
April 21, 2016–Smera Sukumar
Community Science•Nature Reserves•Reptiles and Amphibians•Wetlands
Red-backed salamander © Joe Crowley
After a warm winter and chilly start to spring, I joined my Ontario Nature co-workers at Altberg Wildlife Sanctuary Nature Reserve for a good old-fashioned salamander sleuthing event, our first ...
March 2, 2016–Anne Bell
Species at Risk
Jefferson Salamander © Scott Gillingwater
In just a few short weeks, the Jefferson salamander will begin its spring migration after spending a long winter burrowed underground. Faithful to its home, the Jefferson will return year-after-year ...
Wolf Lake © Ryan Mariotti