helping amphibians to survive

Migration 2013

The toads started to appear in March but the weather became too cold for any movement and the migration stopped.   The migration started again on April 10th but by April 15th the toads were back on their way home, some of the returning toads could have been in the ponds for several weeks.

By 22nd April most of the toads had left the ponds and were on their way home - so the patrols are now over.  There are some figures still to be added to the records below.

Animals saved in 2013
LocationToadsToads LostFrogsFrogs LostGt Crested NewtsGC Newts LostCommon NewtsC Newts Lost
Ashwellthorpe41411


3
Cockley Cley7308226




Costessey3395420041

72
Cranwich82176527




Elsing - Bartles pond183539821



Elsing - Mill St184394


1
Great Melton89029133

1
Hempstead2035278





Lingwood

403

1
Little Melton52564271142
Oxborough72985365



Selbrigg6071339286

3
Stibbard712





Thwaite13834938


17

2305014884526014352

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