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April Wildlife Photos 2008

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April Wildlife Photos 2008

 WELCOME TO A NEW MONTH    EASTERN COTTON TAIL

BABY SURVIVED THE WINTER BUT LOOKS LIKE ITS BEEN SCRAPPING

PART OF EAR IS MISSING

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I see them everyday on the mountains, they come quite close.

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Wild Dreamer wrote:

This is the 3rd little frog like this I have found in my house in the past 2 weeks. As soon as I find out what kind it is I will let you know. I am on the West Coast of Florida , if anyone has a clue as to what it is Smiling

Hi, I have just looked in my Audubon  Field guide and it looks to me like a Crawfish Frog. To quote the book "toad-like. Stocky, head large, legs short, cream to brown...". It says they are found in swamps and woods and that they are mostly nocturnal. Does this description fit?

Irma 

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This is the 3rd little frog like this I have found in my house in the past 2 weeks.  As soon as I find out what kind it is I will let you know. I am on the West Coast of Florida , if anyone has a clue as to what it is :-)  Edit : I have determined that the frog is a Toad, a Southern Toad. This was confirmed last night by the very loud and annoying concert that took place on my lanai for several very long hours Sad

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got the grass in focus

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