Great advice, friendly people, and lots of frogs!
Every year i vacation either in the White Mountains or the lakes region of New Hampshire to really get away of the big city. The scenery of mountains,wildlife and laid back country life is what attracts me the most. This past week i vacationed up near Winnipesaukee lake which i advise you to look up it's truly amazing considering the size and how much you can do.
My girlfriend her sister and i decided to drive up to Ossipee in the White Mountains to see her grandmothers camp they
I'm going to start off by saying that this is about the Grey's Tree Frog around my house in Lower Michigan. Bare with me this is my first blog, ever. This is pretty much their natural habitat, maybe not their REAL natural habitat, but the one they choose to go to around here. The ones in the pictures you're about to see range between 1" - 2 1/2" Inches, maybe bigger? You'll know the big one when you see it. These guys come in as soon as the sun goes down. When it goes dark and the porch
Updated July 29th, 2012 at 11:54 AM by Pluke
Originally Posted by james Quick question how damp must your soil or flooring be to meet your pac mans needs mine is very very damp almost water is this good?
Does anyone know about dart frogs