A Prince of a Frog

ronnie's yard views of pond w arrow 8-16 (3 of 11)

Follow the green arrow to green frog.

Sometimes our gardens hold surprises for us. Unexpected pleasures are always appreciated, and one was encountered today. Our Ronnie Joy was investigating her yards’s eligibility for the National Wildlife Federation’s Backyard Habitat certification, to her surprise a loud sound from a small space was heard. It was only a green frog, but having a frog in her pond, along with her birdhouses and feeders, trees, natural native plantings, just complemented the yard she has so lovingly built over the years.

This is just to say, that members can and should take a survey of their existing backyard areas, and large or small, every one of us should look into this exciting program.

ronnie's yard views of pond 8-16 (8 of 11)

Now there is even more to enjoy!

 

emma lander 8-16

Even Emma thinks this is fun!

3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Pam marhan
    Aug 20, 2016 @ 06:22:59

    Beautiful garden of Ronnue Lander. Fun to see wildlife in your garden except for maybe deer & woodchucks. They like a lot of my sweet hydrangeas.

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  2. Joanne Mallon
    Aug 21, 2016 @ 09:01:16

    The delightful surprises we find in our yard makes all the hard work worth it. Ronnie, your backyard is not only a beautiful haven–it is also a little piece of heaven.

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