And how do they catche these tadpoles? With this scoop, that comes from a ball game.
When we moved in, this retention pond was bone dry, and the boys played football in it. Now, we've had almost double the normal amount of rain, and it sits, a perfect place for frogs to lay their eggs.
This day Alexander and his friend Nick were out there looking for tadpoles. After I put the camera away, they found a bunch of tadpole eggs, which were subsequentally put in the habitat. A week later, the eggs hatched, which is how we now have hundreds of them.