Return of the Rescue-Reared Salamanders

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Return of the Rescue-Reared Salamanders

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Great story from our Fish and Wildlife colleagues in Watsonville. Check out this article.

Return of the Rescue-Reared Salamanders

https://www.fws.gov/cno/newsroom/featur ... A.facebook

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That's awesome, Dave. Hurray, Diane!


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Nice work Dave :thumb:

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mark buck wrote:Nice work Dave :thumb:
Thanks, but I had nothing to do with this.

I'll schedule the Yolo Bypass trip soon. Not sure what conditions are like over there.

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Re: Return of the Rescue-Reared Salamanders

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Hey Dave

Haha yeah I was wondering why I didn't see your name in the article.
I must have got Ellicott Slough confused with Elkhorn Slough...
You're still working at Elkhorn right?

Also glad to hear about the Yolo survey, really hope to make it again this year!

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Re: Return of the Rescue-Reared Salamanders

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Thank you for the article, Dave. It was a very heart-warming read. I hope the salamanders will be ok if they keep returning to their tub site!

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