How do I attract frogs to my garden pond?
It's easy to encourage frogs to visit your garden pond by providing a pond that has plants in which tadpoles can develop, and has at least one shallowly sloping side up to dry land to allow frogs to access the habitat.
Build your ponds in areas with partial sun and partial shade and make it at least 60cm (2ft) deep. If you are unable to create a slope or easy access point for frogs to enter, adding a wooden ramp or stones and rocks to climb on will work too.
Frogs will migrate to ponds during the spring, often returning to areas where they may have spawned in previous years. Even If ponds have been filled-in or removed it can be common for amphibians to return to the same area.
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