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‘Ribbit Ribbit’ from No.27

Morning all, I suddenly remembered I still haven’t told you about the new arrivals to No.27.

My sister and niece were recently given some tadpoles by a friend; over the last few months we have watched them transform into little froggies, 15 in total. It is truly magical seeing them change.
Now the frogs were fully formed, they needed a new home in order to survive. What better place than my wildlife pond at No.27, that’s what I thought anyway. Luckily my sister agreed and last Sunday became moving day, fish tank to the big outdoors!

Time to go….

After holding them very tightly for the 45 minute drive, they arrived at their new home. I am not sure if they will stay or survive, only time will tell but bringing them here definitely gives them a much better chance. They best get eating all the slugs and grow quick!
The frogs are so small, its adorable. I can’t help but keep looking at them in fascination as I make sure the pond is ready  and that they have different ways to get in and out safely.

It was time to gently place them near the pond and wish them luck, fingers crossed!

Do you have a wildlife pond on your plot? If so, do you have any friendly visitors or lodgers?

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