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Salamander Survey

They’re slithery and slimy and so shy we rarely see them. But to those who know about them they are beautiful sights. That’s because salamanders are an indicator of just how healthy their home is. Since their home is the woods and water, that’s just about everywhere.

In this case, we mean the Bear Hollow Mountain Wildlife Management Area in Franklin County. That’s where you’ll find Barking Frog Swamp, some hard-working TWRA biologists, a slew of salamanders, and Wild Side Guide Alan Griggs…all trying to learn more about these often overlooked creatures.

From show 2411.

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