Toads!

Sunday, April 14th 2013

At last the warmer weather has allowed the toads to wake from hibernation.  Please take care as you drive up the access road and walk around the reserve as the toads can be found almost anywhere, as they walk back to their spawning ponds.

Toad walking back to its pond

Over the next few days, providing the weather stays warm, you should be able to see the toads in the ponds.

Toad in the pond


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