Common toads are very particular about where they breed and often migrate back to their ancestral breeding ponds each year. They follow the same route, regardless of what gets in their way, which sometimes leads to them crossing roads. We get a toad vs. traffic scenario and the toads inevitably come off worse.
There are many dedicated patrols all over the country who assist toads across these roads and they need your help! Below you will find a list of patrols that need volunteers. You can search for these patrols by using our Toads on Roads map which will give you a direct contact for the patrol manager or area coordinator.
If for any reason, you can’t find the patrol you’re looking for, please email email@example.com and our Toads on Roads coordinator will be able to help. (be advised that our coordinator is only available on Mondays and Wednesdays)
visit our Toads on Roads web page to find out more about the project.
|Wiston Park||West Sussex||Volunteers|
|Hartpury, Staunton Course||Gloucestershire||Volunteers|
|Norton Bury Lane/Norton Mill Lane||Hertfordshire||Volunteers|
|Foords Farm Pond||E.Sussex||Volunteers|
|Vines Cross Village Pond||E.Sussex||Volunteers|
|Hatfield Pits/ Whitings Lane Crossroads||Oxfordshire||Volunteers|
|Nest Brow||Cumbria||Manager & Volunteers|
|Follifoot||N. Yorkshire||Co-Manager & Volunteers (Mainly for drain checks- requires lifting)|
|Great Somerford||Wiltshire||Manager & Volunteers|
|Long Bucky-West Haddon||Northamptonshire||Volunteers|
|Cotswold Water Park||Wiltshire||Volunteers|