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Subject It's Time to Put In a Frog Pond!
Date September 6, 2023 5:59 PM
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Learn some tips to attract these amphibious friends to your yard.

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** It's Time to Put In a Frog Pond!

** Photo: American Bullfrog, Beetle via Pixabay

Frogs and toads start their lives exclusively in water as eggs and larvae (tadpoles). Adults extend their habitat to surrounding fields and forests, searching for shelter and food. They can breathe through their skins, which are permeable to water and air. Because of this, their bodies are sensitive to chemicals, drying out and pollution, making them barometers of habitat and environmental change. Unfortunately these amphibians are declining because of habitat destruction, pollution, insecticide use and a lethal fungus called chytrid. If you can provide a place for them in your yard, they’ll not only entertain you with evening songs, they'll help keep insects, mosquitoes and slugs in balance. Check out these tips ([link removed]) for an easy DIY frog pond, and learn more about the frogs and toads you can attract to your pond here ([link removed]) .

Learn more about these and other sanctuary species, and how to create habitat for wildlife in your yard through our Audubon at Home program here. ([link removed])

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