One more toad.
It rained again for the 3rd day in a row so I had to go out again and this time my wife came with. First toad found.
Another found on the toad road.
Still more toads, this particular road had a ton of then mostly DOR and I only took pics of a few.
My son asked if spadefoots and toads were found in the same area and sure enough we did find them both on the same stretch of road.
Still more toads at a different location. We found them everywhere we went this night.
Yet another toad, we saw plenty of these guys this night.
Tree frog and toad found at same time on the road.
Another toad on the road.
Right away saw another toad but this one hopped away so only pic is blurry.
We couldn't resist hitting the road due to the storm and rain, headed to on of our favorite spots and right away found this guy, one of many seen, dead and alive.
The western toad (Anaxyrus boreas) more commonly known as Bufo boreas (both names accurate) is a large toad species, between 5.6 and 13 cm long, of western North America. It has a white or cream dorsal stripe, and is dusky gray or greenish dorsally with skin glands concentrated within the dark blotches. Its parotoid glands are oval, widely separated, and larger than the upper eyelids. It has a mottled venter and horizontal pupils but lacks cranial crests.