On Virginia Water Radio for 3-16-15: Salamanders

This week, Virginia Water Radio focuses on a group of amphibians noteworthy for their biodiversity (especially in the southern Appalachian region), ecological importance, and use for symbolism in human activities.  Click here to have a listen (3 min./39 sec.)

Red Salamander on Spruce-Fir Trail of road to Clingmans Dome Great Smoky Mt NP Aug6 2014

Red Salamander, a species found widely in Virginia but photographed here in Great Smoky Mountains National Park in Tennessee, August 6, 2014.

Virginia Water Radio, online at http://www.virginiawaterradio.org, is the Virginia Water Resources Research Center’s weekly podcast using sounds and music to focus on issues, events, people, and creatures connected to Virginia’s waters.

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