At Frogs-watch.co.uk it is always interesting to hear from Frog fans. Here is a
few extracts from our mail that we would like to share with you from people about
their ponds, Frogs and other creatures in their gardens.
If you write something about your pond or have some pictures we would like to share
them with our readers
With a few exceptions and except were credited all the images of the Common Frogs
on this web site were taken in the same suburban garden in the North West of England.
Frog in the Living Room
All the big frogs from our pond seem to have gone over teh last 2 months . What we
have found is tiny frogs and that sonly when our cat brought one in unharmed. We
didn’t actually see the cat bring him/her in but we assumed that's how in ended up
in the living room.
My father built our pond at the bottom of the garden one day and we put in some
Frogs spawn that we got in a jar from my aunty . After a couple of weeks we had tadpoles
which we fed on spam and eggs, they liked it. After the winter we never saw any of
the Frogs, then this year one morning we had Frogs spawn again
Skip - Oxford
We have just moved to are new house and there is a pond at the bottom of the garden
which was very over grown . We thinned a lot of the plants out in September last
year and now we have lots of Frogs spawning. We are going to keep the pond and put
lillys in it tand other new plants.
Bill and May - Swingbrow
I just wanted to tell about our pond. Its is not very big really but we see lots
of frogs most of the time. Around the pond are lots of flowers, daisy's and yellow
irises. The frogs sometimes hide in the plants and catch fly's. In the spring when
the tadpoles come the black birds stand on the stones and eat some of them. Lots
of birds visit the pond to drink.
Jenny - Darlington
All Over Frogs
There are frogs all over our house. We don’t have a pond or even a garden to tell
you the truth. Its my wife she is potty about frogs, every where we go she brings
back a frog or two. We have Frog ornaments, Frog toys and even a Frog butter dish
and milk jug
By the way we love the pictures on Frogs-Watch.co.uk
New Pond News
Just wanted to let you all know at Frogs-Watch.co.uk that there are lots of Tadpoles
again this year.