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The west side of Angel Island from the Marin side of the golden gate.
The southwest side of Angel Island from Fort Point, San Francisco. The east side of Angel Island from El Cerrito
The southwest side of Angel Island from Fort Point, San Francisco.
The north side of Angel Island from Tiburon
The northeast side of Angel Island from Point Richmond View of San Francisco from Angel Island
 
The east side of Angel Island from Berkeley The east side of Angel Island from the end of the Berkeley pier, with the golden gate bridge in the background.  
     
Herps found on Angel Island
     
Batrachoseps attenuatus - California Slender Salamander

Adult, Contra Costa County
Adult, Santa Cruz County
Adult, Contra Costa County,
coiled in defense after being disturbed.
     
Aneides lugubris - Arboreal Salamander
Adult, Marin County Adult, Contra Costa County Adult, Contra Costa County
     
Thamnophis elegans terrestris - Coast Gartersnake
Adult, San Mateo County Juvenile, Alameda County shoreline
Adult, Marin County shoreline
     
Charina bottae - Northern Rubber Boa
Adult, ready to shed, Marin County Dark adult, Marin County.
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Adult, Napa County
     
Pituophis catenifer catenifer - Pacific Gopher Snake
Adult, Marin County Adult, Marin County Adult, Alameda County
     
Coluber constrictor mormon - Western Yellow- bellied Racer
Adult, San Mateo County Adult, Yuba County Juvenile, San Mateo County
     
Elgaria coerulea coerulea - San Francisco Alligator Lizard
Adult Marin County  Adult, Monterey County  Adult, San Mateo County
     
Elgaria multicarinata multicarinata - California Alligator Lizard
Adult, Contra Costa County Adult, Santa Clara County Adult, Contra Costs County
     
Sceloporus occidentalis bocourtii - Coast Range Fence Lizard
Adult, San Mateo County Adult, Contra Costa County Adult, Contra Costa County
     
Possibly occurring on Angel Island
     
Ensatina eschscholtzii xanthoptica - Yellow-eyed Ensatina
Adult, Contra Costa County
Adult, Contra Costa County Adult, Santa Clara County


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