Night walk. Staying at headquarters so we were able to remain on site after the typical closing time of 17:00. Mammals seen included two Common Raccoons and our lifer Nine-banded Armadillo! Herps included lots of Rio Grande Leopard Frogs, a few Gulf Coast Toads, a few Mexican Treefrogs, one Red-eared Slider, and a few larval salamanders that must have been Black-spotted Newts.
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