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Old 14th March 2006   #1 (permalink)
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Does anyone know a good specific spot in michigan to view tiger salamanders in courtship?



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Old 14th March 2006   #2 (permalink)
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Southwest Michigan. There are breeding populations in the Jackson area and in the Hastings area, as well as smaller populations scattered about.



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you wouldn't happen to know where in jackson or hastings??? like a certain park or anything???

thanks



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Giving out specific information is frowned upon. The general feeling is that if you're willing to invest the time and effort into finding it yourself, you'll appreciate it more. And most people don't give out specific information in order to prevent people from going there and mass-collecting species.



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oh sorry, i'm just not from those exact areas in Mich. my parents live in the Brighton area so its not that far away from Jackson but i just don't know my way around there very well. I just heard that the mating habits of Ambystomids is cool looking, like a dance. And i just wanted to watch. sorry i didn't think about the other repercussions of giving that info. but thanks for the info you did give me. happy herping.



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Good luck



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