Did you know Fowler’s toads burrow underground?
Fowler's toads are small, brown/gray amphibians with dry, warty skin and short legs.
Least Concern - Population Stable
Agricultural areas, floodplains, river valleys, and wooded areas
Fowler's toads lay up to 10,000 eggs in shallow water in summer.
Crickets, dragonflies, earthworms, flies, ladybugs, moth, roaches, and rolly pollies
Fowler's toads hunt at night.
Fowler’s toads are often confused with American toads because both are small, warty brown/gray amphibians.
American toads have one or two warts per blotch on their backs. Fowler’s toads have more warts per blotch on their backs.