Toad Research Recap

It has been almost three decades since the first official Fowler’s toad survey in Long Point, Ontario. After being a part of the survey for four years, I can say that each year was a unique experience. From a season starting with a warm spring resulting with...

All the Small Things

— by Jeffrey Ethier For most, bigger is better. I fully admit that finding huge foxsnakes – some long as 1.6 metres – never fails to pump me up. However, I find that some of the most fascinating things that I have discovered while tracking snakes...

Which Toad is Which?

Fowler’s toad, in Canada has been assessed as endangered by both COSEWIC and COSSARO. It is declining at Long Point due to loss of breeding habitat resulting from the invasion of Phragmites australis reeds. Fieldwork supported by Wildlife Preservation Canada in...