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1 minute ago, Pezler the Polychromatic said:

My German is a little rusty (and non-existent), but I believe the sign pretty much says "Don't cross the frogs". Good advice to most people.

 

It means amphibian crossing.

Toads are spawning and they cross the streets, these signs are meant to warn traffic not to crush them..

However, I like the way you think..

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2 hours ago, Pezler the Polychromatic said:

My German is a little rusty (and non-existent), but I believe the sign pretty much says "Don't cross the frogs". Good advice to most people.

My country's been crossing the Frogs for hundreds of years, never did us any harm (Joan of Arc aside).

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4 minutes ago, Beagle said:

My country's been crossing the Frogs for hundreds of years, never did us any harm (Joan of Arc aside).

Like I said, most people. Like the ones who aren't bold enough to follow our royal monarch. God Save The Queen!

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1 hour ago, Darsc Zacal said:

So do they have frog sweepers to get them off the road?

Sweep them right into a bucket of Butter, you mean?  Mmmmm.....

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13 hours ago, Darsc Zacal said:

So do they have frog sweepers to get them off the road?

 

Some people dig in buckets and carry them over the next day.

 

11 hours ago, Grayfax said:

Sweep them right into a bucket of Butter, you mean?  Mmmmm.....

 

Some people take that bucket home...

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Yesterday we visited a little zoo called the Oliemeulen in Tilburg.

It's mostly reptiles and some smaller critters, we had a nice time.

I got to hold a snake and a tarantula.

 

There was a baby porcupine!

 

 

 

 

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Some pics from our garden.

 

We now have a Squirrel feeding station.

A birds house and bath.

And the latest addition, an Insect Hotel.

 

 

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The Tomtits that bred during the season in our birdhouse are gone.

They left one unhatched egg.

 

We're cleaning the birdhouse for next season.

Here is how the nest looks like.

Made up of strings of wool, hairs from Brutus and lots of other dust/hairs and such.

 

Generic pic of a Tomtit for those of you who don't know them.

 

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We're going to need another picture with Sir Forscale to get a real feel for that egg.  I mean is it the size of a button?  A Roc egg?  In between?  ::P:

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6 hours ago, Erifnogard said:

We're going to need another picture with Sir Forscale to get a real feel for that egg.  I mean is it the size of a button?  A Roc egg?  In between?  ::P:

 

It's as big / small as my thumbnail.

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