Ensatina found on Boeing's property
We were happy to find this, under a piece of flat bark.
They are interesting creatures, they lack lungs - instead they breathe through their skin.
The eggs develop and hatch as small adults, they have no larval period in water.
Boeing Creek Shoreview Park
In a redwood forest.
Oregon/Sierra Nevada Intergrade found under a rock by a stream.
Ensatina eschscholtzii (commonly known by its genus name, Ensatina) is a complex of plethodontid (lungless) salamanders found in coniferous forests, oak woodland and chaparral from British Columbia, through Washington, Oregon, across California (where all seven subspecies variations are located), all the way down to Baja California in Mexico.