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adults America American bitterns animals aquatic areas arrive in Pennsylvania Bewick's wren BIOLOGY-NATURAL HISTORY bird Blanding's turtles bog turtle breeding ponds breeding season brown or black burrow caves color crevices dark brown decline eagles eastern mud salamander Eastern Mud Turtle eastern woodrat feed females found nesting grasses Green salamanders Henslow's sparrows hibernating IDENTIFYING CHARACTERISTICS IDENTIFYING CHARACTERISTICS:The inches insects Jersey Chorus Frog King rails known lake sturgeon least bittern leave the nest little brown bat ln Pennsylvania lndiana bat lower shell Males MANAGEMENT PRACTICES MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS marshes massasauga midland smooth softshell monitored nest in Pennsylvania ospreys Pennsylvania Fish Commission pesticide pollution populations PREFERRED HABITAT protected by regulation range REASONS Red-Bellied Turtle Sand darters Sedge wrens Short-eared owls Shortnose Sturgeon significant numbers small-footed myotis southern spawn species spend the winters spots streams surveys tail THREATENED threespine stickleback Tiger salamanders Upland sandpipers upper shell wetland wings wingspan Young hatch