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Burlington closes King Road for Jefferson...
The annual closure of King Road in Burlington begins Monday as rainy nights mean the endangered Jefferson Salamander will be on the move. “The Jefferson Salamander is a valuable part of the ecosystem in Burlington,” said Mayor Rick Goldring. “Working ...
Developer to pay $1 million for damaging salamander habitat
Recovery Plan for California Tiger Salamander to Protect 400000 Acres of Habitat
SAN FRANCISCO— The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service today released a draft recovery plan for the threatened central California population of the California tiger salamander that calls for protection of 400,000 acres of breeding ponds and adjacent uplands.
Newt Bathing: A $1 Million Fine for Salamander Habitat Damage
San Francisco Chronicle reporter Bob Egelko digs into a development company that has been ordered to pay $1 million after polluting a pond that supported the threatened California tiger salamander and forging documents to hide its actions. James Tong ...
A deadly fungus could lead to a lucrative black market in salamanders
The ban is intended to protect North American salamanders from a fungus called Batrachochytrium salamandrivorans, or Bsal, which has been wiping out salamander populations in Europe. The ruling prohibits the importation and interstate trade of 201 ...

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