Well, that's different!
It IS a tree frog. I guess he thought it was perfect for him!
Oh well....there goes the neighborhood!!
Oh, we're just a big ol' zoo here, anyway. :)
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.
Yep...come one and all. haha. I think it's hilarious! I bet he thinks he's big stuff in that mansion! haha.
As long as he pays the rent!
I know...he looks so funny!
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 :-)
Oh my! Yes, glad they've hopped on to safer places! They must have hatched in your yard! haha...
Hi Betsy - what a sensible critter - and a spacious home at that ... and how funny - lovely to see ... cheers Hilary
I think he's a genius! haha.
You re very observant . . lolNever 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 . . :)
Perhaps she is looking for her tadpoles and thought if they were in the bird bath the little froglets might be in the birdhouse . . :)
I've had wasps in them before but never a frog. haha.
What a fantastic photo.
He posed nicely, didn't he? And he didn't seem to mind at all me standing there talking to him!
He looks right at home!
Yes, very comfortable. I'm sure he thinks it's the best house ever!
Oh my, he is bold. I guess it's a great place to hide from predators. Hmmm, maybe he's a Prince.
You think? I'd be willing to kiss him just to see! Come down here, froggie! :)
haha found a perfect spotcan sit and see a lotHopefully the birds don't mindThe added guest of another kind
The birds had their chance.They didn't give it a glance.So froggie took it overas he looks above the clover. ha.
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)
I know...how crazy is this? haha...
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
He does seem very happy with his find. And I'm happy about it, too...so cute!
Birdhouse, frog! Not froghouse. ;-)
lol...he's not listening!
A tree house for a tree frog. He will love the neighborhood, and his new landlord Miss Betsy!
He's smart to be up high. I'm guessing he's met the kitty herd. haha.
Never expected that one! Beautiful house♥ Hope he likes it ♥summerdaisycottage.blogspot.com
Thanks, Summer! So far he seems quite happy with his new home!
Your menagerie gets bigger. He certainly looks comfy, sitting on his front stoop watching the world go by.
What's one more at this point. haha.
Oh how cute! I love that you caught him with your camera. :)
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