helping amphibians to survive

Migration 2015

The migration started in late February and due to low temperatures has proceeded very erratically!  By the  7th April most patrols were  reporting that toads were going back home and at some ponds all the toads had departed.   By 15th April nearly all the patrols had stopped. 

Counts of animals  saved and lost are shown below

NameToadsToads LostFrogsFrogs LostGt Crested NewtsGC Newts LostCommon NewtsC Newts Lost
Ashwellthorpe895243

63
Cockley Cley3073
170


14
Costessey151785419



Cranwich8223
70


2
Elsing - Bartles pond10272201


1
Elsing - Mill St54119523



Great Melton147
13
3
48
Hempstead31792522


11
Little Barningham1159645 2
20
Little Melton2172039233134
Massingham - Great15414





Massingham - Hyde Park Corner67840





Massingham - Little106271





Massingham - Tythe Farm157141




Oxborough396






Selbrigg11536261102513

33
Stibbard28451202


1
Thwaite126349618

72
Totals3333613341487506314511