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Published on March 15, 2014

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Life at Camp Timberledge

David S. Barnes January, 2013

Acknowledgements Acknowledgements The photographs which follow are taken from National Audubon Society Field Guides with permission from Random House Inc., New York.

Camp Timberledge Wildlife I. Mammals

Camp Timberledge Wildlife II. Amphibians

Red Spotted Newt Family Salamanderidea  We are most likely to see the 1 ½ - 3 ½” long land phase called the eft (red-orange back with spots)  Stages  Larva - aquatic, from hatching egg 2-3 months it develops gills but no legs  Eft (sub-adult)– has developed legs, lost gills, back is red- orange, back has red spots within black circles on both sides of back, belly is yellow, 1 ½” to 3 ½” long, lives on land 1-3 years  Adult Newt – 3-4” long, aquatic, color olive to brown, belly is yellow with red spots, lays 200-400 eggs

Camp Timberledge Wildlife III. Reptiles

Camp Timberledge Wildlife IV. Fish

Camp Timberledge Wildlife V. Birds

Birds A. Birds of Prey

Birds B. Water Birds

Birds C. Game Birds

Birds D. Song Birds

Camp Timberledge Wildlife VI. Trees

Maple Trees

Birch Trees

Camp Timberledge Wildlife VII. Flowers

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