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natterjack

a European toad, Bufo calamita, of sandy regions, having a greyish-brown body marked with reddish warty processes: family Bufonidae
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A team of around 15 volunteers from Network Rail and their principal contractor on the North Wales Coast Re-Signalling Scheme, Siemens, spent the day with countryside rangers clearing gorse and raking the natterjack toad area in Bettisfield, Bagillt.
Scottish wildcats were threatened as a result of interbreeding with domestic cats while the capercaillie and the natterjack toad are being affected by climate change.
Back on dry land, Solway Coast AONB manager Brian Irving and his team are working hard to protect another struggling local species: the natterjack toad, a rare amphibian that lives in sand dunes and salt marshes.
Elite Racing Club are generous supporters, and one of their former jumpers Natterjack came in February on box rest following a serious tendon injury.
Examples of such species include the Lesser Horseshoe bat, Rhinolophus hipposideros, the Natterjack toad, Bufo calamita, and cetacean species (sea mammals like dolphins and whales).
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A short walk along Hoylake shore lies an area known as Red Rocks, where rock pools support a small population of natterjack toads, while there are wild flowers, butterflies and skylarks to be spotted.
Natterjack toads have declined by 75% in the past century and since the 60s the number of great crested newts in Britain has dropped by 60%.
The area, hugely important for its wildlife, is home to the rare natterjack toad, brown hare and skylark, as well invertebrate species such as the mining bee and sandhill rustic moth.
Contract notice: 040-2015, landscape construction, wildlife conservation measure natterjack toad schlebusch rath, new train system opladen, leverkusen.
They now support more than twothirds of UK freshwater species, including endangered natterjack toads and mud snails, according to research from the Freshwater Habitats Trust.
The examination of UK species suggests that birds including the cuckoo and turtle dove, as well as creatures such as the natterjack toad and brown hare, are also among those most at risk of disappearing in the next 40 years.