Wilden Marsh Toads

Wyre Forest District Council Ranger, Adam Wright, sent me these photographs and a short video of mating toads he stumbled upon in North Pond, whilst delivering cattle pellets for Buttercup.

Adam comments: “I met the toads of Wilden Marsh earlier today whilst looking at the cattle. I have never seen so many toads; there was lots of toad spawn too.”

There is much toad activity in North Pond during the day, but after dark the toads are really spectacular.


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8 Responses to Wilden Marsh Toads

  1. tootlepedal says:

    I like the community spirit in the toad world.

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  2. Vicki says:

    Hard to tell which is the ‘bride’ and which is the ‘groom’. Great shots.


  3. Wow. That is a lot of toads.

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  4. Toads on holiday is a sight to behold, Marlee.


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