I recently took a small trip out to the family farm to capture some of the wildlife in action. Behind a flower bed in the window well, were 14 toads that had made their home amongst the leaves and loose dirt. Since the walls of the window well were nearly 18 inches deep, I removed them all (hopefully all), and placed them in another section of the garden. It was quite a site to see so many toads in one area. Though, they are a frequent site around the farm, I don’t know much about their habits. After I removed them, I took a few pictures before all of them managed to scatter into the vegetation. The picture of them hanging on to the top of the flower bucket really makes me smile. I hope everyone enjoys these photos as much as I did taking them.
Check out my Flickr.com account for more photos of these toads.