Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Amphibians and Reptiles of Alabama's National Forests


Do you spend any time hiking, camping, or fishing within Alabama's National Forests, such as Talladega, Bankhead, Tuskegee or Conecuh? If so, you may have come across one of many species of amphibians and reptiles that may be found within their borders. Due to the diversity of habitats protected in these areas, each forest harbors a unique assemblage of animals.


Now, thanks to Sean Graham and others, there are now amphibian and reptile checklists for each National Forest in Alabama. Print them out next time you're headed out.

1 comment:

Mark Bailey said...

Great work, Sean, et al.!