Early frog action

Common frogs are one of the only six native species of amphibians found in Scotland. They come to ponds to breed during the spring and spend much of the rest of the year feeding on dry land. They generally appears shiny and wet, in contrast to the dryness of a toad.

I checked back amongst my photos of frogs on the pond in the Gearrchoille Community Wood, to find the date I was accustomed. . .

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