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Found: Sierra Nevada Ensatina Platensis Salamander

A beautiful salamander with exquisite markings. I was moving some firewood for a client in Twain Harte, CA and lo and behold there were 5 of these beauties there.
Thankfully I didn't squish any of 'em, and took extra care to make sure their home wasn't damaged. It was a little more work but I didn't care because it made me feel happy knowing I did something to help nature, no matter how small the act was.
Check out my blog post with photos about the Salamander at Thanks, Michael

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Comment by Dawn May Adams on April 29, 2009 at 2:42am
Dear Michael: Your name sounds familiar to me. Do you by any chance know Linda Walton and her four sons Matthew Mark, Luke and John who used to live in Twain Harte. They moved to Choctaw Road in Copper several years ago. Mark now is a daddy, and Luke and Matt have a place together. I think John may still be at home. Anyway, I am their grandmother and I lived with them for a short while from Sept. 2006 to July 2007. Linda is my oldest daughter. She is engaged toa guy named Robert Posten who is a gaming commissioner for one of those casino's--I think it was The Chicken Ranch or something like that. Anyway--I was just wondering. Let me know.
Comment by Laura Fox on April 7, 2009 at 8:02pm
cool. i love those little lizards. :)


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