“Salamandering” in Standing Indian, Aug. 29

Photo by Jason Butler
Photo by Jason Butler

From a press release:

“Salamandering” in Standing Indian, Aug. 29

Explore salamanders in the salamander capital of the world with staff from the Highlands Biological Station and the Highlands-Cashiers Land Trust. From 10am until 2pm on Friday, August 29th, join herpetologist Kyle Pursel to search for and identify salamanders in the seeps and streams of Standing Indian Campground near Franklin, North Carolina. Kyle is the Stewardship Coordinator for the Highlands-Cashiers Land Trust. This hands-on, interactive experience is best enjoyed with closed-toe shoes and clothes that are okay to get dirty. Please be sure to bring a bag lunch and water. Cost is $15 for members and $20 for non-members. For more information, visit www.highlandsbiological.org/forays/.

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