its been extremely cold where i live recently so fire wood was collected from up in the mountains and brought to my property to use. a day or so later i noticed a small salamander near the pile of wood. after doing research, i found out it was an eastern red backed salamander.they live near streams/ bodies of water and there is none near i live, so thats how i know it came from the wood. after doing even more research i found out that they can live in wood holes/ cracks so that just proves that the lil guy came from the logs. sense he would not have survived outside, i brought him in and made him an enclosure with damp paper towels, pebbles, a small pot as a cave, and even a wet silk plant to keep the moisture up. i did not feed him the first day because he was stressed. i learned online that the first few days in a new enclosure salamanders wont eat, so that made me less worried. its been a week or so? (im not sure exactly) and he still wont eat . im feeding him earthworms but he is not showing any interest at all. ive made sure they are small enough for him and still alive and moving but he shows no interest AT ALL. im not sure how much longer he will survive without food considering how small and slim he is. i cant go to the pet store to get small crickets because of covid-19. what should i do or what am i doing wrong?!