Like our own fingerprints, the pattern of golden flecks on each long-toed salamander are unique - not to mention beautiful. (Note - this image can be hung vertically or horizontally!)
Long-toed salamanders are the most common of Montana's three salamander species, but they only occur in the northwestern corner of our state. The first museum specimens were collected in 1891 during Northern Boundary Survey of the 49th parallel.
Our native coyote is the epitome of surviving against long odds. In addition to cunning and cooperation, coyotes rely on keen vision and the ability to detect the slightest scent drifting on the wind.