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Amphibians of Canada

Canada has a total of 49 amphibian species – 2 newt, 1 mudpuppy, 20 salamander, 18 frog and 7 toad species – found in all provinces and territories.

Most of these animals are found in the southern portion of the country, but one tiny frog – the Wood Frog – can be found as far north as the Northwest Territories, Nunavut and The Yukon.

In a country where much of the…

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Hummingbirds in Canada

Canada is the summer home of five hummingbird species. The Ruby-throated Hummingbird is the most widespread, found from Alberta east to Nova Scotia.

The Calliope Hummingbird is the tiniest of the five, and is found in central interior British Columbia and southwestern Alberta. Anna’s Hummingbird can be found in parts of southern British Columbia and Vancouver Island, and some may overwinter there. The Black-chinned Hummingbird makes its way up the…

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