As you drive along “Frog Road,” you may have noticed the short, green fencing installed beside the road.
This fencing, or barrier, is placed along the migration routes of frogs and toads, and prevents them from jumping onto the road in front of passing cars.
Every spring, amphibians — including toads, frogs and newts — migrate to the waters where they were born in order to lay their eggs, and traffic is among the biggest hazards they will face.
For more information, call the Directorate of Public Works Environmental Division at
421-6288/6135 or civ. 0711-729-6288/6135.