Category Archives: Toads

Fowler’s Toad

In the warmer months of the year, particularly in May and June, the Fowler’s Toad reproduces.Ponds, lake shores, and marshes are examples of open, shallow waters where it breeds. I’m not sure why I find these Toads in my yard every year. I don’t have water that they like nearby. Gear Used: Camera: Canon EOS R5 Lens: RF100-500 mm F4.5-7.1… Read More »

Dwarf American Toad

While mowing my yard I spotted this Dwarf American Toad. I made a post yesterday in reference to a Fowler’s Toad I also found while mowing. This Dwarf American Toad was near my cabin which is close to the Ouachita National Forest here in Arkansas. The Fowler’s Toad was at my place in town. The Dwarf American Toad… Read More »

Fowler’s Toad Up Close

The Fowler’s Toad must like my yard here in Arkansas because every summer I see several. I read that they like mixed pine and hardwood forests, bottom lands and urban areas (Herps of Arkansas). I have several pines and oaks in my yard. I see these toads primarily while mowing, because I watch for them to keep from… Read More »