American Bullfrogs are an introduced species in Washington State, originally found only to the east of the Rocky Mountains.
Cascade Frogs hibernate during winter and have been found up to one foot below water buried in mud.
Northern Red-legged Frogs can be found primarily west of the Cascade Mountains in Washington state.
Pacific Tree Frogs usually live on the ground (despite their name) and hide in underground burrows.
Woodhouse's Toads can be found in river valleys, meadows, grasslands, and marshes in southwestern region in Washington state.
Western Toads dig shallow burrows in loose ground or shelter under rocks or logs.
Tailed Frog males do not vocalize, possibly because the females cannot hear calls over fast-moving water in streams.
Rough-Skinned Newts will display a bright colored underside when threatened.
Olympic Torrent Salamanders can be found in spray zones of waterfalls and will come onto land on really wet nights.
Cascade Torrent Salamanders are found from the Columbia River Gorge to north of Mt. St. Helens in Washington state.
Western Redback Salamanders are found up to 1,250 feet in elevation, higher than any other species in this family.