Sunday, June 9, 2019

POD - "say hello to my little friend". This little guy was holding down my mail until I could check on it.

Photo of the day - a little green (very much a juvenile) tree frog. Fee free to use this link (CLICK HERE) which will take you to the UF / IFAS / Department of Wildlife Ecology & Conservation - Johnson Lab - South Florida's Frogs - in order to assist me in identifying this little creature.

We need to allow nature to keep a balance. 

We saw bats late last week and noted how they eat their weight in mosquitoes, something we can all get behind and support.  

Most diets listed for the various species of frogs appear to be consistent for beetles, crickets, caterpillars, beetle larvae, stinkbugs, ants, spiders, termites, and other small invertebrates.

We need to let these lil guys do their job.

The photo below provides a better perspective on the current side of this juvenile tree frog:

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