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Six Seattle Salamanders

While almost everyone is familiar with lizards, many are not familiar with the amphibians that are roughly the same shape as a lizard, with skin like a frog. These are the salamanders. Why are they not more familiar to us? … Continue reading

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Seattle – Puget Trough “Spring”

For many of us that grew up elsewhere, “Spring” was the season that followed a freezing cold winter, and then only after late March did the seeds, buds, and bulbs sprout and flowers start to bloom. But here in the Pacific … Continue reading

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