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Blog Second Annual Tadpole and Frog Rescue at F.E.R.N.

Living Mandala of Tadpoles. Photo Credit Bonnie Abrams Sing along to the tune of Get Along Little Dogies. Verse: As Ari was draining his pool one spring morning Bonnie couldn’t get to her tadpole rescue buckets because her daughter in law just moved in, so she brought a halloween bucket

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What on Earth? April is National Frog Month!

USGS A Leopard Frog in the Wetlands, July, 2016 (approx) Photo Credit, Rachel Harrington (public domain) Great News!   A Frog House is proud and grateful to announce that SAVE THE FROGS! is generously supporting part of the expenses for Save The Frogs Day! with a grant of $730.  This

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Frogs, Climate Change, Hope and Action. Part I.

Please join A Frog House  on October 8, from 1 to 5 pm, at our final event of 2023 at 65 State Street: Frogs, Climate Change, Hope and Action! Introduction October 1–7 is Mental Health Awareness week and in honor or this, A Frog House will holding an event called

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2023 Frog Birthday Party Review: A Photo Journal

This a picture of about a third of the crowd at the Fifth Annual Froggy Family Birthday Party on July 30, 2023 at A Frog House. Photo Credit Matthew Fass. Can you imagine, when I asked everyone who had a birthday to stand up, not one person did? Even after

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On Giving Tuesday, Select A Frog House! But Why?

A green frog who found or was born in our pond at A Frog House. Photo Credit Bonnie Abrams A Frog House opened four years ago with humble goals: provide children and adults a chance to better understand the importance of frogs to the planet’s balance. In no time, we

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How Wetlands Are Important

A Frog House is working with the Town of Pittsford in 2022 regarding the Erie Canal Nature Preserve ponds and wetlands. Local Sierra Club Atlantic Chapter Conservation Director, Roger Downs, has sent out a statewide plea for members to sign a petition regarding saving wetlands. Mr. Downs writes “Healthy wetlands

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