Amphibians of Northwest Territories

Boreal Chorus Frog

The Boreal Chorus Frog (Pseudacris maculata) is a small but vocal amphibian species found throughout Canada’s boreal forests. Known for its distinctive call and impressive jumping abilities, this species plays an important ecological role and is a beloved icon of Canada’s northern landscapes. In this blog post, we’ll explore the biology, habitat, and conservation of  Learn more on Boreal Chorus Frog »

Western Toad

Bufo boreas Western Toad is a medium sized toad species the grows to a lenght of 5.5 to 13cm long.  There are two subspecies of Western toads, but only Bufo boreas boreas occurs in Canada from western British Columbia up to Alaska, with some observation reports in Yukon and Northwest Territories. Western toad is also  Learn more on Western Toad »