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roger
Feb 12, 2018

Where to discover frog spawn in Brockenhurst

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Edited: Feb 12, 2018

The first signs of Spring 2018 have arrived on Black Knowl

Although the water still feels cold the frogs have been active

Please do not be tempted to disturb or remove the spawn from their natural home

Better to re-visit regularly and observe the eggs as they grow and hatch into tadpoles

 

 

 

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