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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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FLINTSHIRE Countryside Service recently teamed up with Network Rail to carry out important environmental work - helping the rare natterjack toad.
The area, which spans from Gronant Dunes to Talacre Warren, is home to a wealth of rare animals and birds, including the natterjack toad, sand lizards, colletes bees and terns.
Conservation of the natterjack toad (Bufo calamita) in Britain over the period 1970-1990 in relation to site protection and other factors.
COUNCILS were today urged to do more to help turn thousands of acres of old quarries into nature reserves which could support wildlife such as natterjack toads, otters and nightingales.
A competition was launched in 2008 to find the design theme for the site, attracting submissions including pine woods, red squirrels and natterjack toads.
Unless you have an obsession with natterjack toads or black-backed gulls, for instance, you're unlikely to make a special trip to the Isle of Walney.
Meanwhile, Miranda Krestovnikoff spends a day on the sand flats and marshes of the Solway estuary, hoping to spot barnacle geese and natterjack toads.
Visitors to Birkdale can pick up a conservation guide that lists a bewildering number of rare birds, plants, butterflies, trees and even natterjack toads.
And, with filming having been going on since January, we can also expect stunning footage of an urban peregrine falcon, a kingfisher nest, humpback whales, city gulls, natterjack toads and LOADED Channel 4, 10pm WE'RE still finding our feet with this comedy about four mates who make a multi-million pound fortune from their smartphone game, Cat Factory.
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COUNCILS were today being urged to do more to help turn thousands of acres of old quarries into nature reserves which could support wildlife such as natterjack toads, otters and nightingales.
Isaac points out: "At both Royal Liverpool and Royal Birkdale, we had to think about the potential impact on the local wildlife such as sand lizards or natterjack toads.