Helping amphibians to cross roads safely


This is a Dutch video about “toad migration”.

Translated from Blik op Nieuws in the Netherlands:

This spring, in Limburg province, over 30,000 amphibians, during the “toad migration” [also of frogs and newts] have been helped to safely cross roads with busy traffic. For this work, 235 volunteers were active, early in the morning, and in the evening.

Dutch amphibians: here.

Amphibians threatened by pesticides: here.

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