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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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Getting It Together for the Wetlands

Where we are now: Reflecting on the progress made since the start of my new year, which began on February 10th, I find myself pleasantly surprised already to be posting my third blog entry for 2024, following my recent discussions of A Frog House’s accomplishments in 2023 Dragons, Dinosaurs, and

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A Frog House First Annual Gala 2023 Photo Journal

Anu Tanwar and Lindsay Graham in equally sparkling black. Do you think they planned it? Photo Credit, Jennifer Patterson Kelly. Certainly The Frog House Gala on December 2nd was our crowning achievement, the first time we have attempted such an event. We can claim it as a great success, mostly

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Frogs, Climate Change, Hope and Action, Part III

Rey Sunglao in Grimes Glen Park. Photo Credit, Thompson Marinho. Introduction As promised, this is the third of a series with the above title. This blog, Part III summarizes some of the things that we can be aware of to help ourselves, friends, family members, and neighbors with whatever concerns

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Frogs, Climate Change and Mental Health: Hope and Action Preside!

Army of American Bull Frogs, Invasive except in Eastern United States. Introduction The title of a New York Times magazine article published on October 21 is “Climate Change is Keeping Therapists Up at Night”.   Traditionally therapists have worked individually with persons on their personal growth. “Climate change, by contrast,

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Frogs, Climate Change, Hope and Action, Part II

Sunrise. Illustration from Froggy Family’s First Frolic, by Margot Fass. Photo credit Michael Rivera. Introduction Froggies and people, with or without mental health issues, generally want to see the sun rise.   Maybe it isn’t amazing, but it is interesting that Mental Health Awareness Week (October 1-7) is smack in

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