Friday, July 25, 2008
Tree frogs enjoy singing on wall 50 feet from World Peace Wetland Prairie. Their songs reverberate through the wall and please human inhabitants.
Please click on image to Enlarge photo of a couple of tree frogs hanging on a wall and hoping for rain at 10:30 p.m. July 25, 2008, singing for rain to fill a bucket near the wall where they can lay eggs. The same two (or an almost identical couople of frogs) have already produced tadpoles that now are showing legs in a nearby container of rain water. The nice thing about tadpoles in rainwater is that they consume mosquito larva!