This was taken from about 10 feet away when there were a lot of frogs still singing.
I told them it was too early to lay eggs, but they don't listen to me and went right ahead even though it will be in the 20s tonight. They often lose their first batch of eggs here because they lay them at the first couple of warm days. They'll just start over when the weather warms again. At least they have laid them in a pond instead of in the bog. When they do that we often have to add water because of the lack of rain to keep the bog wet until the tadpoles have turned into frogs. Sometimes they are down to a large puddle by then, but I can't bear to let them dry up. The little baby frogs are just so cute, about the size of my thumbnail.
Back to plants tomorrow.