The Wyoming toad can be found only in a lake and at the wet meadows in Laramie, Wyoming.
The color of the Wyoming toad can vary. The color of the toad can either be gray, green or brown with dark splotches. It has a spotted belly and an upper body with warts. The Wyoming toad is small, measuring about 2.2 inches (5.6cm).
The breeding starts in May until June. The favorable places of breeding are those with shallow water and abundant vegetation.
The Wyoming toad eats other invertebrates such as ants and beetles.
The Wyoming toad was discovered in 1946. Its population started to decline in the 1970s. The current estimate of the population of the Wyoming toad is 100 adults. The reasons for the decline are ambiguous. Some of the reasons suggested for the decline are the following: the use of pesticides, increase of predators, change of water quality, erratic weather changes and diseases. The existing population and its habitat is being protected. There is a search for other populations and favorable habitats.