Spare Room

The front steps on my house need some repairs. My father and I planned on doing this sometime this summer.

Over the weekend I noticed that we apparently have a spare room that is housing several frogs.

I noticed that they like to sit in their entryway and watch our comings and goings. Even with little Arai and all his energy and curiosity they just sit and watch.

frog

Now I am not sure how to fix the steps without shutting some of the frogs in, which I do not want to do.

I need a Plan B!

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Posted on May 31, 2016, in Photography, WP Photo Challenge and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 20 Comments.

  1. Amazing! Simply I adore!

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  2. Cute little visitors!

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  3. Frank Simpson

    How about cutting a several entry/exit ways for them? Frog Portals, if you will!!!

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  4. He looks beautiful! Keep the snakes away – frogs are one of their favorite foods!

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  5. You don’t see frogs like you used to. Congrats for giving them a home

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  6. Do they croak at night? Not sure it is the correct word. In French we say “croasser”?
    (Love that sound)

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  7. Frogs eat a lot of bugs. And are good for keeping the bugs off the plants. 😉 I have a leopard frog here. Actually a few of them.

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