This toad species is endemic to mountainous areas in south-eastern Spain. Its scientific name is Alytes dickhilleni; after Dutch zoologist Dick Hillenius.
This video shows a tree frog resting.
Chris Kuik from the Netherlands made this video.
This is a common spadefoot toad video.
Three years ago, spadefoot toads were freed on Landgoed Bleijenbeek golf course in Afferden, Limburg province. It turned out this was a good environment for the toads: lakelets, sand and plants not too tall.
This video says about itself:
2 August 2012
A picture essay of Wildlife Corridors from around the world.
It turns out these corridors are succesful for many kinds of wildlife:
A great success at both wildlife bridges is the so-called wet zone, an area with pools for amphibians. There are already eggs of common frogs found there and even a natterjack toad, a species which forester Mari de Bijl did not expect there. He also thinks that no wildlife viaducts should be allowed to be built without wet zones.
This video is called Common house martin (Delichon urbicum) in artificial nest.
At 20:15, many house martins flying in front of a rainbow.
There will be more about Extremadura and its bird life on this blog. But it will have to wait a bit, as many photos need to be sorted out.
This 7 April 2016 Dutch video shows wildlife wardens Hanne and Richard, looking for great crested newts in the Netherlands.