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Toad People is a story about hope, community and the struggle to save the western toad. In British Columbia, toads are on the decline because of habitat loss, fragmentation, and roadkill. Different families work together to save the toads as they undertake their annual migration from the wetland habitat where they breed to the forest where they spend most of their lives. Toad People is not just about toads, but about residents who care about species at risk in their backyards and help restore the fragile connections between communities and the natural world.
Jackson Hole WILD
240 S. Glenwood, Suite 112
PO Box 3940
Jackson, WY 83001