Why did the toad cross the road?

we do the same here in England too

Green Lizard's Blog

Water is a known feature of the Dutch landscape. It’s there alongside every road and pathway.

There are canals and ditches close by, channeling water into a complex network of interconnected drainage systems.

With them comes opportunity for habitat for all manner of life.

There are swans, coots and other water fowl. Meanwhile wee beasties join the party too.

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On our way home on Sunday night we spotted these torch bearing local heroes.

It’s time for the toad patrol.

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The overstekkend padden migrate locally to spawn.

Tonight we set out to do our bit.

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This one was lucky.

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Three toads successfully seen across the road. Many more unsuccessful.

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Here’s hoping the toad patrol save many more.

This blog has lots more info about it but in Dutch! blog

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