[QUOTE="JamieB, post: 365889, member: 10014"]Crickets are easy, buy a bunch, put a space for them with sandy soil so they can breed. Feed them some oranges every once in a while. I found that out when we had a lizard back when I was a kid. We started out with wild caught crickets, and put them in a tote with air holes, put 2-3 inches of sand on bottom, a water fish, some random greens and such, bits of fruit on occasion, but they loved oranges. I forget where I read that oranges are a perfect meal for them. I told hubby I needed to make a lid for the small tank, and a board to put it on, he accused me of just wanting to keep the frog. I’m not going to keep it, it’s a big eater, I need it wild to do it’s job! But yeah, over winter, I think I’ll keep it. I’ll be setting up the little aquarium tomorrow, and he’s going to make me a lid. Then it may get moved to the coolest room in the house, to keep her metabolism low.[/QUOTE]\nBe careful re the temp for the frog. I'm not totally an expert here but from having turtles, I think it may be similar re their metabolism. That is, if you keep it in an 'in-between' temp, it can't either prepare for hibernation nor thrive. PIck one. Since you're keeping it inside, I'd not lower the temp less than 60 F, though again, I'm not sure the 'trigger' point for frogs. For my painted turtles, it was 70. Lower than that and they wouldn't eat well. Just a thought.