Adult. Imaged only. GTS 705.
Adult observed on a rainy night. Imaged only. GTS 696.
Young adult observed active in late afternoon in deciduous woodland. GTS 1138. UTA-DC 7368.
On the falls path
The tadpoles in this picture adapted to the environment by having the parents lay there eggs into the water source that was found by them. It is an adaptation that allowed them to reproduce there.
The American toad (Bufo americanus) is a common species of toad found throughout the eastern United States and Canada. It is divided into three subspecies—the eastern American toad (B. a. americanus), the dwarf American toad (B. a. charlesmithi), and the rare Hudson Bay toad (B. a. copei). A new taxonomy considers this species Anaxyrus americanus.