Do You Have Anything Living Around Your Front Door?
I first noticed this little guy, weeks ago, when I was seeing Poo off to work one morning. He had attached himself to the front door window, so he wasn’t too hard to miss.
I didn’t expect him to stick around but it quickly became clear he was planning to make our front porch his home.
As the days, then weeks past, our new tenant got around. I looked for him everyday, searching high, and then low if I didn’t immediately see him.
Some days I would find him hiding in the J-Channel of the siding, working his way up and down the wall and on other days he would be perched on top of the transom window trying to blend in.
Originally I thought, “This is great! He’s going to take care of all those pesky beetles, spiders and bugs that hang around our front door.”
Then I noticed this ……………….
And this …………….
So, I’ve changed my mind 🙂
These are some seriously large poops for a little Green Tree Frog!
If you have questions about the wildlife living around your property, you can find answers at The Internet Center for Wildlife Damage Management.
This site has tools to help identify, not only species of wildlife but also, scat (feces).
Even though I knew the Tree Frog was living on our front porch, when I first saw the droppings, I assumed it was bat scat. 🙂
Hmmm ………. I wonder if a Tree Frog and a Bat could live together harmoniously?
It took a good five, or so, minutes for me to realize it was our new porch pet that was dropping those little poop bombs, as they could easily be mistaken for bat guano or rat scat. (Don’t you love the rhyming?)
I haven’t decided what to do about our porch pet yet, but he is obviously eating well. And those POOPS!
“Frogs have it made, they get to eat what bugs them.”