EuryceAlliance

advancing research and conservation of Texas Eurycea salamanders

Monthly Archives: February 2012

Residents seek to impede listing Salado Salamander as endangered

Click the title to read the article, “Residents seek to impede listing Salado Salamander as endangered“, which appeared in the Killeen Daily Herald on February 28, 2012 by Sean Wardwell

WilCo Commissioners oppose emergency listing of Jollyville Plateau salamander

Click the title to read the update, “Commissioners oppose emergency listing of Jollyville Plateau salamander” that appeared in Community Impact News on February 17, 2012.

 

Water district gets update on Salado Salamander conservation

Click here to read the article, “Water district gets update on Salado Salamander conservation“, which appeared in the Killeen Daily Herald on February 14, 2012 by Sean Wardwell.

Yakona Film Explores the San Marcos River

An article on the Austin film blog Slackerville showcases the new film Yakona, which showcases the beauty of the San Marcos River – home of the endangered San Marcos Salamander, Eurycea nana and Texas Blind Salamander Eurycea rathbuni. Read the article by Jordan Gass-Poure’ here: http://www.slackerwood.com/node/2713

Here’s a preview of Yakona from San Marcos filmmakers Paul Collins, Anlo Sepulveda and Dean Brennan:

TPWD deciding what to do with Pipe Creek property

Click the title to read the article, “TPWD deciding what to do with Pipe Creek property”, which appeared in the Bandera Bulletin on February 10, 2012. The article discusses surveys done by Texas Parks and Wildlife biologists surveying the 3K’s Ranch in Kendall and Bandera Counties along State Highway 46 between Pipe Creek and Boerne that discovered Texas Salamanders (Eurycea sp., I presume) in the springs.

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