Twenty-four reptile and amphibian species are found in the Klamath Basin National Wildlife Refuge Complex. Amphibians prefer wet locations while reptiles are usually found in grassy or dry upland areas. The Western Rattlesnake and the Night Snake are the only venomous reptiles present in the Basin. Visitors should be aware of their presence but not become overly concerned as they are uncommon and normally not aggressive. Some species that may be seen are, Long-toed Salamander, Rough-skinned Newt, Great Basin Spadefoot, Cascade Frog, Oregon Spotted Frog,Western Toad, Pacific Treefrog and Bullfrog. Western Pond Turtle,Sagebrush Lizard,Western Fence Lizard, Side-blotched Lizard, Northern Alligator Lizard, Western Skink, Night Snake and Gopher Snake.