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Loretta Mulholland 8m
New life spotted at Retreat # Isle of Bute. Lots of teeny weeny in brand new ⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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@ButtonMoonNatureReserve Apr 24
Other work includes completing a long soakaway, although I've been told that the sewage treatment plant should produce effluent which is safe to drink. I won't be trying that. 😬 Just making sure the ditch is as clean as possible as I have transferred the into it.
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H 14h
Ohmygosh they're SO CUTE! 😊
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James Lumbard Apr 24
Well they were pretty keen to get going so we've left them in their new pond home. Farewell, little / . Hope you eat all the slugs on our allotment!
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E van Deventer Apr 24
Pond is teeming with 🙂
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Kerry Lunt 2h
Tadpoles @ Washington, Tyne and Wear, United Kingdom
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Ian Andrew Doyle Apr 23
Just a few of the many tadpoles in my wildlife pond this evening
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Teal Moszynski Apr 24
We are so excited to watch our frogs grow from eggs!!! So many great questions and observations. We love spring!
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Patrick Wright 15h
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Dan Gaisford Apr 23
Things are happening in Mum’s garden.
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Bird Blurb Apr 21
Wonderful to watch the tadpoles in the garden pond today.
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Ark Wildlife Limited 7h
Did you know... of the 3,000 eggs laid in each frog spawn, only 1-2 will reach adulthood due to predation in water and on land. Give them a helping hand with our specially formulated food.
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Tim Taylor Apr 20
Do you enjoy your to the full? Look at them closely as I did today.
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Receptionclass Apr 23
Welcome to reception!!!!! Say hello to our newest members for the next few weeks.... .
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Arrowsmith Program at St. Stephen School Apr 18
Meet Steph and Teddy, our classroom tadpoles! Students will be taking care of these little guys until they become frogs.
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Tree House WEC Apr 23
Thousands of in the pond! @ Wissahickon Environmental Center
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Dr Lauren Smith Apr 22
Squished peas going down a storm with the rescued tadpoles!
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Bird Blurb Apr 21
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Bedwyn Footpaths Apr 17
A huddle round a puddle? Sunday's walkers surprised to see in this puddle. Just goes to show how well established this puddle is!
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Sali A. Underwood Apr 20
I went looking for tadpoles, but did not find any.
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