PondNet Spawn Survey 2018

Help us collect data on the whereabouts of frog and toad spawn across the country by taking part in our PondNet Spawn Survey 2018!

If you have a local park or garden pond with evidence of breeding frogs and toads, or you spot some spawn while out on a walk, why not record your findings and contribute to our spawn survey?

From the beginning of February until the end of May this year, for the second year, we will be running our survey to collect important data on the location of breeding frogs and toads across the country. We’re asking you to record both toad and frog spawn in your garden ponds, local community ponds, and any ponds you come across in your adventures in the countryside.

You can download the survey recording form, take a look at how to identify toad and frog spawn and learn how to find a grid reference for your survey pond below.

Your survey findings will be fed into our WaterNet database where your data will be freely available for Government bodies, NGOs and local people to download to feed into local wildlife plans and other surveys. We will also pass all our records on to Record Pool, the national database on reptiles and amphibians in the UK. Please enter your results below.

 

Enter your spawn survey results here:

 

We will only contact you if we need to talk to you about your spawn survey results. If you want to receive updates and reports on this survey, please join our Ripples newsletter mailing list (below).
You can expect to hear from us roughly once a month, and you can unsubscribe from this list at any time using the link in the emails, or by contacting us directly. We only use your details to send you emails as described above, and we will not share your details with anyone else. For more information, see our privacy policy.
(Please give your pond a name if unknown)
Drop a file here or click to upload Choose File
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(Please share any photos you have taken of your frog and toad spawn sightings - Freshwater Habitats Trust may use these photos for advertising and communication purposes, including in print and online, and will credit the photographer)