Gone to the Dogs: Conservation’s Star Canines » Frehly the border collie and Nathaniel “Bud” Marks search for salamanders in the Camp May area of Santa Fe National Forest in New Mexico. The pair is part of the Conservation Canine program that has teamed up with a crew of biology field technicians f

Frehly the Border Collie takes a break from his salamander-scouting efforts in Santa Fe National Forest, New Mexico. Frehly is part of the Conservation Canine program that has teamed up with a crew of biology field technicians from Jemez Pueblo to conduct a population survey of the endemic Jemez Mountain Salamander. Photo: Karine Aigner

Frehly the Border Collie takes a break from his salamander-scouting efforts in Santa Fe National Forest, New Mexico. Frehly is part of the Conservation Canine program that has teamed up with a crew of biology field technicians from Jemez Pueblo to conduct a population survey of the endemic Jemez Mountain Salamander. Photo: Karine Aigner

(ALL INTERNAL, LIMITED EXTERNAL RIGHTS) September 2012. Frehly the border collie and Nathaniel “Bud” Marks search for salamanders in the Camp May area of Santa Fe National Forest in New Mexico. The pair is part of the Conservation Canine program that has teamed up with a crew of biology field technicians from Jemez Pueblo to conduct a population survey of the endemic Jemez Mountain Salamander (Plethodon neomexicanus). Photo credit: © Karine Aigner


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