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Karate Toad (North Vidzeme BR)

A biotope clean-up took place in the North Vidzeme Biosphere Reserve devoted to the renewal of a habitat of a rare amphibian in Latvia – natterjack toad. During the event, the participants had a chance to learn more about this rare animal and its life conditions, as well as to participate together with the experts in the maintenance of the natterjack toad dwelling.

Type: Conservation of biodiversity

Field of activity: Ecosystem/habitat restoration

Responsible body: Nature Protection Board

Period: 2020

Contact: Arta Krumina - arta.krumina@daba.gov.lv

Area of operation: North Vidzeme BR

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