Webcast: Salamanders and Streams – A Top Predator in the Headwaters

From pinky-finger sized to arm-length – salamanders thrive in Oregon’s rainforests and waterways. On this webcast, we’re joined by Oregon State University professor Tiffany Garcia, who tells the story of torrent salamanders, what makes them special, what habitats they need to thrive, and what conservation concerns there are for these amazing little creatures.

In addition, learn more about Oregon Wild’s work that promotes protection and restoration of amphibian habitats. Tiffany Garcia is a Professor in the Department of Fisheries and Wildlife at Oregon State University. Her research focuses on both direct and indirect effects of environmental stress on amphibian populations and their habitats.

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