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48 dead newts found on a heavy rain morning; no live ones

February 14, Thursday, from 9:30-10:20.
I started at the Priest Rock Trail trailhead, and walked 1.2 km south, to here - 37.187875, -121.986516
I found 48 dead newts, both fresh and not. Also found an arboreal salamander, a dead millipede, and a few earthworms. Due to the heavy rain I might have missed a few very old dead newts, as the road was flooded making it difficult to see them.
It was raining the whole day and night before the survey, and even the previous night (Tuesday).
In about an hour I was there, I saw about 20 cars - pretty quite.
The road was flooded, with some mud-slides from the mountains.

Posted on February 14, 2019 22:34 by merav merav | 0 comments | Leave a comment
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The purpose of this project is to record the massive number of Pacific Newts being killed on Alma Bridge Rd. near Lexington Reservoir in an effort to get the Santa Clara County Roads Department to identify and implement short-term remedies while exploring long-term solutions to this roadkill hotspot.

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