As luck would have it!

For the second consecutive summer, I have stumbled across a Northern Alligator Lizard. Both were discovered in the southernmost end of the province. Both were found in mountainous terrain perhaps 5-800 feet below the tree-line. Using Audubon’s Reptiles & Amphibians App, I discovered it is the only lizard that can be found living up to 10,000 ft elevation. It is also the only known lizard to bare live young!

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Northern Alligator Lizard

 

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NAL

 

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Western Toads en masse!

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Western Toad

 

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Pacific Tree Frog

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