The website of the Tamworth Conservation Commission of Tamworth, NH, USA.
Some really neat red-backed salamander trivia:
A study at Hubbard Brook in Thornton, NH estimated 1135 red-backed salamanders per acre.
The red-backed salamander is the only amphibian in New Hampshire that does not use an aquatic habitat at any time during its life cycle. A true land lubber.
Most salamanders just lay their eggs and split but the female red-backed salamander will guard it's eggs and young until they are two weeks old.
The red-backed salamander can be any one of eight different morphotypes (color schemes). We have two different morphotypes in the Remick Natural Area (striped back and lead-back).
Red-backed salamanders eat ticks. Ya gotta love em for that.
Learn more about red-backed salamanders on the internet.
AmphibiaWeb. This site is thorough, intensive and technical.
All Things Amphibian. An easier read, written by students at Susquehana University.