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Frogs are interesting creatures! Their resounding calls in the spring remind us that summer is just around the corner. But did you know, they can also tell us a lot about the health of our lake?
Frogs are an indicator species, as they are vulnerable to changes in the atmosphere, land or water. As they continue to disappear, they show how our activities interfere with not just their health and survival, but with the overall health of important eco-systems, such as Lake Vernon.
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4/8/2010 08:37:03 pm
If you want to keep this blog post going, add comments where it says comment. If you want to start a new dialogue, press contact us, complete the form and we'll start the post for you. While not the perfect solution, a good solution for now until we work out some details. I think frogs are good indicators as well. Also good bait.
5/16/2010 05:23:01 am
A few ornithological firsts of the season here on Lake Vernon - a Great Blue Heron yesterday taking off from the shore and a hummingbird outside our kitchen window this afternoon!
7/26/2010 10:01:09 pm
I'm noticing fewer frogs at the shoreline.
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