Volunteers needed to help toads at Lost Lake 

Temporary closure allows tiny toads to get to the forest

click to enlarge PHOTO BY CLARE OGILVIE - Access to Lost Lake is temporarily closed so that tiny toads can complete their migration to the forest.
  • Photo by Clare Ogilvie
  • Access to Lost Lake is temporarily closed so that tiny toads can complete their migration to the forest.

Tens of thousands of Western Toads in Whistler need your help — and the Resort Municipality is asking for volunteers to assist in explaining to visitors why public access to Lost Lake has been temporarily closed.

There is only a small window in which the toads have a chance to leave the lake and get to the forest. If you’d like to help, contact the Fish and Wildlife department at RMOW at 604-935-8323.

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