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Old 02-07-2005, 09:16 PM
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Green Tree Frog Now Georgia Official State Amphibian.
You can sure hear them at my house. I have a frog sanctuary out there.
hahahaha
Priss



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Old 03-07-2005, 01:17 AM
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Missouri has the Bull Frog. It was named this early spring.

The Missouri Conservationist magazine has a big article on it.

Nedra

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Old 03-07-2005, 08:10 AM
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On Sat, 2 Jul 2005 16:16:52 -0400, "Priscilla McCullough"
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Green Tree Frog Now Georgia Official State Amphibian.
You can sure hear them at my house. I have a frog sanctuary out there.
hahahaha
Priss


Kathy, you and I need to lobby for the Pacific Tree Frog to be our state
frog, or do we have one? ~ jan

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I wonder what happened to the tree frogs who ususally frequent my ponds
early in the season. The didn't show up this year. Maybe found a better
breeding ground.

For the last 10 years they have arrived and did their breeding and singing
their mating sound, but have heard/seen nothing this year.

Tom L.L.
"Priscilla McCullough" wrote in message
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Green Tree Frog Now Georgia Official State Amphibian.
You can sure hear them at my house. I have a frog sanctuary out there.
hahahaha
Priss



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Old 04-07-2005, 05:39 AM
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"Tom L. La Bron" wrote in message
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I wonder what happened to the tree frogs who ususally frequent my ponds
early in the season. The didn't show up this year. Maybe found a better
breeding ground.


$$ Or a snake found them. :-( We were wondering where all the frogs were
this year as well. Today we removed the liner from the 2000 gp (gallon pond)
and found a 2' copperhead snake. I think it was the answer, or part of the
answer. He was slim enough to get through the netting but too small to eat
the koi in that pond. It was the only predator we know of to get through
the net.

For the last 10 years they have arrived and did their breeding and singing
their mating sound, but have heard/seen nothing this year.


$$ We have only a few green frogs this year, plus a few more toads than we
normally see. We also have some tree frogs come to the windows at night.
Our neighbors stock pond was unusually quiet this spring (few
spring-peepers). Now with the drought his pond is drying up along with his
pasture. We found a slider wandering around our prop' tanks this morning -
probably from his vanishing pond. :-(
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Old 05-07-2005, 01:00 AM
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Their all at my pond. hahahahaha
Priss


"Tom L. La Bron" wrote in message
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I wonder what happened to the tree frogs who ususally frequent my ponds
early in the season. The didn't show up this year. Maybe found a better
breeding ground.

For the last 10 years they have arrived and did their breeding and singing
their mating sound, but have heard/seen nothing this year.

Tom L.L.
"Priscilla McCullough" wrote in message
...
Green Tree Frog Now Georgia Official State Amphibian.
You can sure hear them at my house. I have a frog sanctuary out there.
hahahaha
Priss







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