helping amphibians to survive

Migration 2014

The migration started on February 18th but slowed down due to cold weather at the end of Feb.  March was mainly dry and there were few evenings when it was both warm and damp enough to see large movements of toads.   Toads stopped moving at most crossings in late March but some patrols saw movement into the second week of April.  
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Most patrols have seen less toads this year than last but the overall number of toads saved is up due to there being more patrols operating.   The base data is available as a Google Table

Animals saved this year
LocationToadsToads LostFrogsFrogs LostGt Crested NewtsGC Newts LostCommon NewtsC Newts Lost
Ashwellthorpe539123



Cockley Cley1242220282

4
Costessey2128022559

3
Cranwich419327155


1
Elsing - Bartles pond15033722




Elsing - Mill St4511693




Great Massingham664174223

166
Great Melton587291324
15
Hempstead323233616




Lingwood

18240



Little Barningham1141633


4
Little Massingham17461061




Little Melton29933462111
Oxborough2908511


1
Selbrigg10527446632


22
Thwaite2231124781

152
Tythe Farm25437121




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