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A Natural Visitor

There is a new visitor to the Little Home by the Sea. And his name is Billy!

We have decided. And he can’t disagree too vocally.

Isn’t he cute?

This little green tree frog has made our yard his home and is eating the annoying moths that we seem to have in our patio area. (Not the MOTH, of course).

Frogs are indicative of the health of the environment, so I feel this is a good indicator for our new estate, where wildlife would be greatly disturbed by the earthworks.

This is a good sign for our nearby wildlife corridor.

Did you know that you should always have wet hands if you try to touch or pick up a frog?

Otherwise, your touch can burn their skin.

Last night I swear I even saw a Joey in our street but it ran like a cat and no hopping was evident, so perhaps it was just a feral cat.

I will be watching for it, tonight!

2 thoughts on “A Natural Visitor”

    1. That would give me a big fright if he was there! I think and hope he will stay on the patio where his food source, (the moths), congregate. He was visiting again last night. Same position – on the outdoor lounge!

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