Pittsford Adventures and Frogs

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A Thanksgiving address; A better way in 2020

We have just celebrated a holiday originated by the indigenous people of North America. For many in the United States, Thanksgiving is an occasion to slaughter, and make oneself sick on too much food and drink. For some, the next three weeks will involve crazed commercialism. There is a better way. Instead, we could peacefully celebrate and plan together for life ahead. Here’s how the team at A Frog House is doing that.

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Will you help to save frogs--and our planet?
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The Sixth Extinction

As we speed toward the widely predicted Sixth Extinction, we can start with frogs if we want to add our own little ounce of strength to solving the horrible problems facing us.

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Every day is a birth day.

A mama frog of some species can lay as many as 20,000 eggs and fill a pond with tadpoles, so it’s pretty hard to nail a day to celebrate any single froggy’s birthday. I decided to share my birthday with every frog on the planet on Sunday, August 10, at A Frog House.

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Toad abodes are easy to make and provide good shelter for frogs.
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Snowy Adventures: Snow Date June 9, 1 to 5 PM

Sunday, June 9, from 1 to 5 PM—THIS WEEKEND—we are featuring Make and Take a Toad Abode. Children of all ages can stencil paint their own clay pot and transform it to a frog shelter! (This is the snow date for our earlier event this year.)

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A green and black poison dart frog sits on a pale brown leaf.
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Frogs and Kindness

The green and black poison dart frog can differentiate between human kindness and threat. If the frog is in danger, it can use its toxin to stop a human heart.

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