November 11th, 2020

November 11th, 2020 (Wednesday) 9:30-11:00am: no newts today!
Weather was cool. AQI was good. Rainfall: (MTD: 0.09 in; YTD: 0.19 in). Data from -
Other roadkills: moths, a beetle, 2 Jerusalem Crickets, a spider, and a centipede. This is a big change compared with the summer, when there was almost nothing on the road. And the alligator lizard tail (with scat on top) was still there.
Coverage: north part - the county park parking lot till the second stop sign.
Traffic: 3 trucks, 29 cars, 5 bikes, 32 pedestrians, and 28 cars parked by the road and in the parking lots. I didn't see any County Roads cas or trucks on the road.
Also didn't see the Midpen population study team.
The rowing club was open. All county park parking lots were open.

Posted on November 12, 2020 12:35 AM by merav merav | 0 comments | Leave a comment
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The purpose of this project is to record the number of Pacific Newts killed on Alma Bridge Rd. near Lexington Reservoir during the migration season 2019-2020 in an effort to get the Santa Clara County Roads Department to close the road or implement other mitigating measures to reduce the massive roadkill during newt migration season.

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