Ephemeral wetlands are important for many southeastern amphibians, but they also serve an important role in the life histories of many snakes and turtles. This month Ben recounts some observations he made during Spotted Turtle surveys and explains how annual wetland drying can really benefit some southeastern reptiles.

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