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Friday, August 26, 2016

New Tenant


Bird Frog House


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    1. It IS a tree frog. I guess he thought it was perfect for him!

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  2. Oh well....there goes the neighborhood!!

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    1. Oh, we're just a big ol' zoo here, anyway. :)

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  3. Ha! Guess he heard that all are welcome no matter the colour or stripes... or species! This is too funny! He looks very much at home.

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    1. Yep...come one and all. haha. I think it's hilarious! I bet he thinks he's big stuff in that mansion! haha.

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  4. Lol ... He must be so happy with his new house :-) ... we have had tons of very small brown frogs in the garden this years, I have no idea how it is possible ... So many that I was 'afraid' to mow the loan as the were jumping literally everywhere. I don't know if they are babies or just a small grown up frogs ... Now that we are back from the holidays I did not see them as much which I am quite happy about as I don't feel guilty using the loan mower :-)

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    1. Oh my! Yes, glad they've hopped on to safer places! They must have hatched in your yard! haha...

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  5. Hi Betsy - what a sensible critter - and a spacious home at that ... and how funny - lovely to see ... cheers Hilary

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  6. You re very observant . . lol
    Never seen a frog in a birdhouse before, although this year we had bumble bees in our's. The poor birds just don't seem to get a look in . . :)

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    1. Perhaps she is looking for her tadpoles and thought if they were in the bird bath the little froglets might be in the birdhouse . . :)

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    2. I've had wasps in them before but never a frog. haha.

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    1. He posed nicely, didn't he? And he didn't seem to mind at all me standing there talking to him!

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    1. Yes, very comfortable. I'm sure he thinks it's the best house ever!

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  9. Oh my, he is bold. I guess it's a great place to hide from predators. Hmmm, maybe he's a Prince.

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    1. You think? I'd be willing to kiss him just to see! Come down here, froggie! :)

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  10. haha found a perfect spot
    can sit and see a lot
    Hopefully the birds don't mind
    The added guest of another kind

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    1. The birds had their chance.
      They didn't give it a glance.
      So froggie took it over
      as he looks above the clover. ha.

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  11. I have NEVER seen this before...great shot Betsy!
    You have to keep a keen eye to capture these things...and...you have it!
    Enjoy your weekend..
    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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  12. Aww, what a great capture, and he looks perfectly comfortable, no doubt dining on all those bird mites left behind from the former tenant :)
    ~Jo

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    1. He does seem very happy with his find. And I'm happy about it, too...so cute!

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  13. Birdhouse, frog! Not froghouse. ;-)

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  14. A tree house for a tree frog. He will love the neighborhood, and his new landlord Miss Betsy!

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    1. He's smart to be up high. I'm guessing he's met the kitty herd. haha.

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  15. Never expected that one! Beautiful house♥ Hope he likes it ♥

    summerdaisycottage.blogspot.com

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    1. Thanks, Summer! So far he seems quite happy with his new home!

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  16. Your menagerie gets bigger. He certainly looks comfy, sitting on his front stoop watching the world go by.

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  17. Oh how cute! I love that you caught him with your camera. :)

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