Bullfrog in the stream


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Hope you don't have a repeat of the frog verses the sparrow, of a few years ago :eek:
 
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I have had more issues with them catching birds then the fish. They may have eaten a goldfish but it appears they have not by the number of goldfish I have. They have never eaten a Koi.
I wish I could say the same!
I'm so paranoid since that happened, that I freak out at the sight of ANY frogs by my pond, even the tiniest ones....I don't know how to tell the difference between species when they're small!:(
 

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I just let nature be nature. I would need to hunt frogs non stop to keep them out, not worth it.
 
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Agree I just let them be. There are some large bullfrogs in my pond, and they seem to leave my fish alone as far as I can tell. Either way, I consider it population control.

Cool pic, mine will sit in the duckweed in the bog with its eyes sticking out.
 

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