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Frog discovered by Geoff (#8304)

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Observed: May 25, 2016 @ 3:15 PM
Posted on: May 25, 2016 @ 5:17 PM (diff: 0 days)

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By tclenche on 5/25/2016 7:47:09 PM

great sighting and photo. on the very spot I am sitting, there used to be a bog where I caught frogs as a child. now it is filled in and my son has never seen a frog in the wild. :-(

By Geoff on 5/26/2016 2:53:06 PM

They always seemed so abundant, when I was a kid, too. About 15 years ago they appeared to vanish almost completely, but now they really do seem to be making a good come-back. 

If you walk through the Flatrock wilderness conservation area, at night, in the summer, it's like a frog symphony in there. 

By tclenche on 5/26/2016 9:26:51 PM

I have to get walking more in this area. I used to know of other places I would see frogs and tadpoles.

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