Observed in cavity of concrete footing, in oak woodland. Approximately 5.1 cm SVL, 19:50.
Found in Big Creek flood plain under oak debris.
Found wandering in oak woodland. 4.0 cm SVL. No photo.
Observed in degraded rodent burrow located under granite boulder at 21:00. No photo. oak woodland
Observed wandering through leaf litter at the periphery of large granite boulders in oak woodland at 19:13. Snout vent length 6.0 cm. No photo - specimen escaped into space in boulders before photo could be taken. Smaller individual nearby was photo vouchered.
Observed wandering through leaf litter at the periphery of large granite boulders in oak woodland at 19:13. Snout vent length 4.2cm. Adult was observed nearby (no photo of the adult).
Found on concrete porch at night in oak woodland.
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.