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Here you can browse and purchase limited-edition art prints created by Endangered Species Print Project artists. We donate a portion of every print to wildlife conservation.

California Tiger Salamander Print

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California Tiger Salamander Print

40.00

This is an 8" x 10" archival inkjet print on bamboo paper. 

  • ArtistMegan Diddie
  • Estimated Wild Population/Print Edition: 10,000
  • Estimated Population In Captivity: unknown
  • Threatened by: Habitat loss due to urban development & agriculture, pesticide use, loss of burrows due to ground squirrel population reduction, introduced predators
  • Scientific NameAmbystoma californiense
  • Habitat: Burrows in grassland and open woodland; breeds in vernal pools. Found in six distinct populations across California from Sonoma County south to Santa Barbara County. The Bay Area population is particularly vulnerable.
  • Your purchase of this print will supportWildlands Conservation Science
  • Learn more about the California Tiger Salamander
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Notes from the artist, Megan DiddieMegan Diddie was born in Los Angeles and raised in Southern California where she frequented the coast and northern coastal regions. The biodiversity of this state fostered a deep appreciation for ecology but especially plant life and some of the more hidden life forms such as salamanders.This image was created in memory of a spotted salamander that she found unexpectedly while digging a small hole in the ground as a child. According to Morgan Ball who is the executive director of Wildlands Conservation Science, "they definitely act as the "canary in the coal mine" for so many of our native habitats." This print will be supporting Wildlands Conservation Science whose efforts on the California coast are helping to preserve habitat for salamanders and other endangered and threatened species.

*please note all population counts reflect the population counted at the time of printing