Fun frog fact: This critter will eat anything it can fit into its mouth – including another frog! Just one of the intriguing habits of reptiles and amphibians that Vermont naturalist James Andrews shared with a lively and inquisitive audience at the Mount Holly Town Library. As coordinator of the Vermont Reptile and Amphibian Atlas Project, Andrews tracks sightings of frogs, toads, turtles and snakes in each Vermont town. He distributed an up-to-date list of those known to be living in the Mount Holly area and urged everyone to look for certain species that haven’t been documented in 25 years.
A Natural TreasureThe Ninevah Foundation conserves for public benefit more than 3,000 acres around Lake Ninevah and Saltash Mountain in Mount Holly and Plymouth, Vermont. We support outdoor and environmental education, as well as responsible, environmentally-friendly recreation on the lake and land. Enjoy this lovely expanse of unspoiled open space for outdoor activities such as hiking, boating, fishing, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing. We also support low-impact hobbies such as bird watching and photography.