Friday, November 01, 2013

Less bullfrogs but they have started to lay eggs

There are significantly fewer bullfrogs today (1 Nov 2013) but there are still enough around to cause damage to the ecosystem. The frogs that are left are half the size of those I saw on Monday. They are less afraid and I could get real close to them to photograph them with a macro lens.
The bad news is even though there are fewer frogs, they have started to lay eggs. This is what I photographed this morning - a pair doing just that. I've sent NParks this photo and urged them to continue catching the remaining frogs.

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