The newest version of The Murreletter, our newsletter, was e-mailed to members in April and is available for download on our archives page. It included an article by the Murreleditor himself, who described a couple rainy days in Wahkiakum county, Washington in October 2009 when he observed numerous amphibians, including some stream associated species like Rhyacotriton kezeri, surface active in the uplands far from the stream. Teal’s article was a follow up to a story from Sally Butts that you can read in our October 2001 newsletter. Can anyone else add to Teal and Sally’s torrent salamander observations? Feel free to comment below, or better yet add your story to the next Murreletter.