The arroyo toad is a small, stocky amphibian.
Arroyo toads are buff-colored, and their soft, high whistled trill is often mistaken for an insect’s call. The toads are present in portions of 25 river basins in the U.S.
They use streams that have slow-moving currents with shallow pools, nearby sandbars and adjacent stream terraces for breeding.
For documents and information relating to Federal actions for the arroyo toad, including regulations, 5-year reviews, and Recovery Plans, please visit to the Service's Environmental Conservation Online System (ECOS) - ARROYO TOAD