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Old 06-27-03, 09:53 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Red face froggies

Help! Can anyone suggest something (fertilizer, home remedy...) that would keep frogs out of an area. I don't want to harm them however they hop up on the fountain by my bedroom window and croak all night. At a distance the croaking is quite tranquile, but up by the window......no sleep for the humans. Any suggestions? feel free to email me at jwmancuso@hotmail.com. Thanks
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Old 06-27-03, 10:01 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Could you try moving the fountain? If not then I have no idea, hey i'd LOVE it if there were frogs in my backyard.
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I agree. I usually open the window a bit and listen to them sing all night as ourbackyard is next to a cemetery and they seem love it over there too. But lately, wow! They have moved in a bit too close for sleep. I wonder if they are breeding this time of year???? They seem to be more active than ever.
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When I was living in Japan, there was a small rice field next to my apartment with what seemed to be about a million frogs croaking at the top of there lungs all night! It sounded like a wall of noise! The only thing I could do was buy earplugs. Kinda hard to hear if the phone rings though!
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moth balls.....the only HUMANE deterant.
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