13 June 2009

Afternoon visitor



One thing about living on our little farm that we love is having tiny visitors show up unannounced.  Today, we found this little fellow out by the pond.  We picked him up and put him in a bin to take a few photos, then put him back in the tall grass for shelter. 




While releasing him, we decided it was time to say adieu to our little frog, who has been living on the kitchen counter for a couple of weeks now.  He too was released near the pond, although not too close as I do believe Koi will eat frogs if given the chance...


4 comments:

Kimberly said...

"That looks REALLY cool!" Direct quote from Race, my nine year old. We have some pretty big green lizards in our flower beds and a lot of toads, bunnies, racoons and possuums, but no farm! Super fun pictures. How did you keep the frog alive inside for so long? I so wish we had a farm!! :) KIM

abeachcottage@typepad.com said...

cool I love lizards in the summer climbing up the outside of our cottage

Sarah

vicki archer said...

Such a sweet little fellow...xv

Alicia said...

Here in AZ its the geckos all over the place funny cute until one tries to run up your leg...last year no joke & you may have heard the scream way uo in Washington.
I wish the little frog good luck:
he's so cute but just screams appetizer to most.