Salamander walk/release for Thursday March 10

We ended up with a decent amount of rain Wednesday night that wasn’t in the forecast early in the week. Looks like that brought in around 80 salamanders, maybe more. Pretty big for the first action if the year.

We’ll host a walk Thursday night when we release the salamanders. Since we don’t have to wait for new salamanders to come in, and salamanders don’t care about Daylight Savings, let’s meet earlier than usual at 7:45.

See here for details on where to meet and how to prepare, but remember about the time change.


About Scott Thomas

I'm a graduate student seeking to contribute to our understanding of how ecology, evolution, and their interplay contribute to the abundance and distribution of animal populations. Since 2011, I have been a part of the Niewiarowski Lab, where I help run a long-term demographic study of an Ohio breeding population of spotted salamanders.
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