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Slow down for amphibians

VERMONT FISH AND Wildlife is asking drivers to slow down and be cautious when travelling at night in early spring or to take alternate routes to avoid driving near ponds and wetlands where salamanders and frogs are crossing during their breeding season. VTF&W photo by Luke Groff

The spring amphibian breeding season is upon us, and Vermont Fish and Wildlife is asking drivers to slow down and be cautious when travelling at night, or even seeking alternate routes to avoid driving roads near wetlands and ponds that salamanders and frogs cross during at this time.

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