|Frogs at the Atlanta Botanical Garden|
I've seen so many frogs in the Garden lately that I feel I'm developing a fondness for the creatures...the Garden's amphibian research is a likely contributor to that fascination, as is the sighting of frogs in several gardens within the Garden.
I was at the Atlanta Botanical Garden earlier this week and passed by the boy-with-frogs fountain, in the Perennial Garden, and right there before me was a giant frog in the water! (photo, lower left)
And did you know that there's a daily frog feeding at the Garden? It takes place in front of the Fuqua Conservatory every day at 11:00 a.m. It's a great event for seeing some of the Garden's frogs, in part because feeding time is their most active time of day.
So, in addition to the human-size frogs throughout the Garden, there are lots of real ones to be sighted as well.
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