Tag Archive: Frogs

International Volunteer Day + Appreciation Day Recap 

Happy International Volunteer Day! Every year, volunteers from all over Ontario submit their turtle, frog, and toad observations to the Adopt-A-Pond app/website through the Turtle Tally & FrogWatch programs. This data is crucial in gathering large amounts of information on reptiles… Continue reading

Natural anti-freeze? – How Ontario’s frogs & toads survive the winter 

During the summer, we are likely to see many frogs and toads hopping around ponds and wetlands. Come wintertime, they seem to disappear. So, where do these critters go?  Similar to turtles, most frogs brumate at the bottom of ponds, where the water is cold but not frozen. Unlike… Continue reading