Amphibian migration begins, VFW asks motorists to take caution


A reminder from Vermont Fish and Wildlife to take it easy on the roads as salamanders and frogs start to become active.
The department says amphibians migrate by the thousands each year and the migration often takes them across roads and highways, where they can be killed by cars.
This contributes to the species’ decline.
Frogs and salamanders become particularly active on rainy nights.
If you come across any hotspots fish and wildlife wants to hear from you.

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