The Fowler’s Toad is a toad that is fairly small and that is found in the United States and the Coastal Plains.
The Fowler’s Toad is small up to 3 inches long and is usually brown or grey. It can have red or green in its color or even some yellow.
Most of the Fowler’s Toads have a small stripe that is lighter down its back, but it looks like other toads in the area. One thing that is different is that it will have 3 warts that sit on a dark spot on the back.
It has a smaller head than other toads.
The Fowler’s Toad is found in the eastern United States and in the Coastal Plains. It has been seen in Florida, South Carolina and Georgia. Some of them are locate din the Piedmont and lower mountain areas.
These toads like to live where there is water that is permeant and in some kind of wetland. They can be found in ditches or close to large ponds.
The Fowler’s Toad will make a sound that sounds like a sheep.
The Fowler’s Toad will look for a mate in the spring or early in the summer. They will do their call and the female will come.
The female Fowler’s Toad can lay up to 25,000 eggs at one time and usually do this after it rains.
The Fowler’s Toad will be adults when it is 3 years old.
The Fowler’s Toad is a carnivore which means it eats meat. It will eat things such as insects, mosquitos, spiders, other frogs and things that do not have a backbone.
The Fowler’s Toad has some predators such as snakes, birds and small mammals.
The Fowler’s Toad will release a toxin from the warts on its back and it tastes bad to other animals. This can even be deadly to small mammals.
One interesting thing about the Fowler’s Toad is that it will play dead if it feels that it is being threatened.
The Fowler’s Toad will be most active in the summer. They are nocturnal which means they are most active at night.
When they are looking for a mate, they are most active and will keep doing their call until they attract their mate.