Salamanders of Summit Metro Parks

A spotted salamander on moss. Photo by Marlo Perdicas.
A red-spotted newt and long-tailed salamanders. Photos by Jerry Cannon.
Four-toed salamander. Photo by Jerry Cannon.

Conservation Efforts

A slimy salamander. Photo by Jerry Cannon.

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Summit Metro Parks manages 15,000 acres, 16 parks, three nature centers and more than 150 miles of trails. Find more at www.summitmetroparks.org.

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Summit Metro Parks

Summit Metro Parks

Summit Metro Parks manages 15,000 acres, 16 parks, three nature centers and more than 150 miles of trails. Find more at www.summitmetroparks.org.

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