You got a lot of cute photos of the little guy though. :)Regarding the Sandhills, yeah, there's the National Crane Foundation up here where they built the plane thingie to help migration many moons ago and Sandhills breed here in the spring. My goal this spring is to get a shot of the babies. :)
I'm beginning to think you are living in a reptile preserve somewhere! Again, my Punkin would love to live around there. Of course he'd probably try to pet one of the gators....
Princess - you'er to kiss the frogs not let them pee on you. Sorry forgot you already found your prince.
I've been peed on by one of those things... They sure are cute, though.
I love frogs. Not real crazy about frog pee, though, so I'm just careful how I hold them. One rainy night in Dublin, I found a frog on a bicycle path. It was the weirdest place to find a frog and I was thrilled.
Gorgeous header!!!!We have the cuban tree frogs all over our front porch light, too. They're supposed to be invasive species, but I don't know how to get rid of them!
Well, frogs are pretty scary, not like those other things you don't have a problem with LOL!I think we are too cold up here for the Spanish speaking treefrogs.
Yes Laura, they are invasive, but were introduced here in the 1800s, so....I don't think they're going anywhere anytime soon! Guess you could call them "Naturalized Floridians".
Hello from Grenada! Glades, does your blog have an RSS feed? Don't forget to add our new website to your blog - marcandeliana.com !!!!
Yes Marc, I added a link to your new site. Do I have an RSS feed? Beats me! Too technical for me, but I'll check it out and see what I can do.Hope Eliana gets to join you soon!Be safe and have fun.
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