Saturday, January 7, 2017

2017 No Child Left Indoors Salamander Hike

This is one of our funnest outings and a great way to welcome the signs of spring!

Up close and personal, after learning proper handling technique. 

No Child Left Indoors volunteers and Caesar Creek Lake staff are once again leading a Salamander Migration Hike. This is the time of year when hundreds of salamanders make their way to their ancestral breeding ponds.  This is a really special opportunity to see these secretive and silent creatures.  

In deference to the predictable unpredictability of nature’s timing and in order to make sure we have the best chance to actually see them migrating, we may hike Friday February 24, March 3, OR March 10. The actual hike date will be determined on the Wednesday before the hike date, based on forecasted weather conditions.

Hike night we will meet at 7 p.m. at the Caesar Creek Lake Visitor Center, 4020 North Clarksville Road, Waynesville, Ohio. US Army Corps of Engineers biologist and Park Manager Jim O’Boyle, will lead the hike. There is no cost for this event and no experience is necessary. 

This is an adventure for the entire family. Please dress for the weather - waterproof boots and a flashlight are essential. Remember, salamanders prefer to move in the rain, so be prepared for cold, muddy fun! Pre-registration is required. To register go to HERE  or call Lori Williams at the City of Wilmington Park Office,  (937) 382-4781.

A spotted salamander from a previous hike.


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Can't wait !

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