Saint-Gaudens NHS has several species of amphibians including five frogs, and several salamanders. Common amphibians include American Toads, Red Efts, Spring Peepers, Red-backed Salamanders, Bullfrogs, and Green Frogs. They can be found in garden pools, along seeps, springs, and streams, in the woods, or on the hiking trails.
Did You Know?
One of Saint-Gaudens most unusual public monuments is a 65 ft. tall pyramid with two, 9 ft. high, relief portraits. Located west of Laramie, Wyoming it honors Oliver and Oakes Ames, of Easton, Massachusetts.