Alberta has 10 species of amphibians. All species are found in the southern half
of the province, but only 4 species (Canadian Toad, Boreal Chorus Frog, Northern Leopard
Frog and Wood Frog) are found in the extreme north. Situated between British Columbia
and Saskatchewan, Alberta has some western species (such as the Northern Long-toed
Salamander and the Columbia Spotted Frog) as well as some prairie species (such as the
Great Plains Toad and the Plains Spadefoot).