Western Toad
Western Toad
Western Toad
Western Toad
Western Toad
Western Toad

Western Toad Bufo boreas
Juvenile Western Toad

The Western Toad is common in the western part of the United States.

A Western Toad living in second-growth forest in the foothills of Washington State’s Olympic mountains ate a lot of weevils, judging by the clean, dried contents of a dropping.

Western Toads can be recognized by the size, white or cream dorsal stripe and the absence of cranial crests (image 6).

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