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Triple Surprise

Postby Milly » Wed Jun 06, 2018 3:52 pm

What I thought was my solitary frog has now become three (at least). My little pond has acquired a second big frog plus a much smaller one. Have never noticed any frog spawn and am wondering why there's just the one small frog, unless he/she just found their way to the habitat.
Took a pic of him and another of the two big ones together . One of the big ones is a bit hard to see, but is at edge of pond in the water under the mossy rock. Made my day but now I'm thinking is this a good excuse to make a larger habitat?
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Re: Triple Surprise

Postby Milly » Wed Jun 06, 2018 3:56 pm

Meant to say that since taking these photos I've added further stone ramps at both ends of pond as a further aid to the mini beast!
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Re: Triple Surprise

Postby Jacksparrow » Wed Jun 06, 2018 8:41 pm

There are more frogs around your garden than you know. They are attracted to your patch of water because it is dry at present. Your little pond will not have had spawn and the little frog it too big to be from this year's spawn.
It is a big thrill when wildlife chooses your garden as their home and it has to be said that if you had a bigger pond you will probably get more frogs eventually. :frog: :frog: :frog: :frog: :nod:
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Re: Triple Surprise

Postby nuthatch » Tue Jun 19, 2018 7:27 pm

:woohoo: exciting stuff :frog: :frog: :frog: looking good :D
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