Many of us frog lovers enjoy making spaces for our spring and summertime visitors. My family and I like making toad homes especially, cutting off the ends of cans to place in the soil to give them nice hiding spots. But what about frogs who are set to spawn?
Many may not want this to happen in, say, their swimming pools, but given how frog populations are dwindling, it's always a good idea to help however we can. I found out that too many trees and shelter, for example, can be bad for frogs since it can block out too much sunlight. I also learned that transferring frog spawn can kill it. Here are some more tips for caring for spawn on your property.
Have you ever cared for frog spawn? Share your tips with us!