Froggie

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    Somethin' Fishy

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    I was out pondside trying to capture the hooded warblers that nested here this year, but no luck. I did get a snap of this cutie though. I can't find an accurate I.D. in my field guide...maybe bronze (green) frog, maybe a wood frog? Any ideas?
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    Beautiful frog! How big is it?
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    Maybe about 2".
     
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    That's a really great picture.
     
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    Thank you.
     
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    frogs are not so cute when my koi eat them a suck out the insides and I get the joy of scooping out the stuff left that they don't want
     
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