Froggy decided I was getting too close and hopped off!
I can’t believe anyone made this up! The artist must have seen it happen! Isn’t life wonderful? You never know what you’re going to see next. I have seen frogs piled on top of each other in vernal pools. But a frog on a turtle? Not yet! Thank you to the artist who created this carving hundreds of years ago!
What else would a hoppy frog dress up as for Halloween but a hoppy bunny?!
Froggy wants you to know there are several more bunny tails on the screen door if you need a costume! They are high tide bush seeds. Milkweed seeds are also recommended.
This seat is occupied!!!! We got here first!!!!!
If an 8-year-old can catch green tree frogs, I bet you can too! Please remember- if you find these wonderful little frogs in your house, you must catch and release them outdoors ASAP!
This yellow jacket is enjoying frog ribs.
Insects take care of road kill vultures miss.
Check out the green tree frog’s belly pressed flat against the window. And how about those golden eyes?
Is a green tree frog as green as grass or is grass as green as a green tree frog? The deadly cuteness strikes again. Those little toes! I think that might be its ear behind its eye. Wish I could remember these details! I could watch them all day! They are easy to catch if one happens to get into your house and quite sturdy so you probably won’t hurt them. You must catch them as soon as you see them because they dry out quickly indoors. Also please watch carefully when you open and close sliding glass doors. These frogs like to hide in crevices around doors and windows.
Green tree frogs love hunting in the morning dew. And the dew gives us an opportunity to follow the frog’s footprint trail.