Toads species

Fowler’s Toad

Fowler’s Toad (Anaxyrus fowleri) is a charming amphibian found in the eastern parts of North America, including Canada. Unfortunately, this species is facing numerous threats, making its future uncertain. In this blog post, we’ll explore the biology, habitat, and conservation of Fowler’s Toad in Canada. Fowler’s Toad Biology Fowler’s Toad is a medium-sized species, growing  Learn more on Fowler’s Toad »

Great Plains Toad

The Great Plains Toad (Anaxyrus cognatus) is a unique amphibian species found in the prairies of North America. With its distinctive appearance and interesting behaviors, this toad is a fascinating creature worth learning about. Great Plain Toad Appearance The Great Plains Toad is medium-sized, growing up to 3.5 inches (9 cm) in length. Its coloration  Learn more on Great Plains Toad »

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 »

Canadian Toad

Bufo hemiophrys Canadian toads is a close relative specie to American toad, with which the interbreed since they share a similar distribution. Canadian toads, as their name suggest live in Canada, in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba and is one of the five frogs and toads species that can be found in the Northwest Territories. The  Learn more on Canadian Toad »

American toad

The American toad is a common species of toad found across the eastern United States and Canada. It is divided into three subspecies the eastern American toad, the dwarf American toad, and the rare Hudson Bay toad. The eggs of the American toad are laid in two strings and can hatch in 3–13 days. The  Learn more on American toad »