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Posted by Cleopatra on December 02, 2002 at 16:00:39:

In Reply to: JUst out of curiosity posted by birdznfrogs on December 01, 2002 at 11:26:34:

It is fun to sit in the grass and watch a gartersnake bask, oblivious to the fact that you are watching it. Then, should danger come (mainly a neighbor with a lawnmower) I just pick up the little snake and move it into the forest where it can't be hit and killed. We also have some cute little garden toads that can be seen running around the garden during droughts...we also "rescue" these from being fried by keeping them in our home for a few weeks until the drought breaks up. Then of course, there are the usual "drownees"....normally garden toads that have falled into the pool. These are washed down and get a weeks worth of rehab before being released. Lastly, there are the peeper frogs. We rarely see them, but they serenade us all night long!!! :)




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