There are still a few tadpoles in the pond that seem to be happy as tadpoles. With the changing weather they probably need to think about hurrying up to become frogs.
With the second phase of brush cutting in the wildflower garden this last weekend, the froglets and adult frogs are starting to run out of hiding places, although to be fair there are still plenty for them
As a result, after cutting the brush, at about a height of 50mm, the ground was alive with little jumpers.
This one posed for me by the edged of the reflection pool in the sun for a while and had a little mate join him on his back.
It was great to see so many at different sizes and colours from light yellow through to very dark green out there.