Wednesday, 20 January 2016

tree frog squats in bird box

A tree frog moved into my wren house. He's enjoying the view from the front porch.

 The Wren house is a hollow plastic ball that I drilled a 1 1/4 inch entry hole and drainage holes. I've tried wood Wren houses but Sparrows always peck at the entry hole until it's big enough for them to fit in....the Wrens are chased away. The plastic ball has worked. A Wren couple moved in last Spring.
tree frog in wren house


  1. #treefrog #photo looks great! It's good to see nature making use of man made materials

  2. Investors Put Over $8B Into #conservation: Can It Continue In The #Trump Era?

    Our environment remains beset by challenges: Global emissions are still rising, fertilizers and other chemicals continue to pollute waterways, and our forests remain under threat from development.

    The United States may still meet its climate pledges, thanks in part to cities, states and even activist corporations.

    But without deeper cuts, the world will still fail to keep temperatures from rising beyond 2 degrees Celsius – a critical red line.
    A rising tide of capital

    The good news is that additional action is being taken – by individuals, companies and states. And the better news is that this momentum is increasing.

    In the past decade, from 2004 to 2015, investors directed $8.2 billion toward preserving forests, protecting watersheds and more, according to the State of Private Investment in Conservation 2016 report which Forest Trends’ Ecosystem Marketplace released last week.

    “$8.2 billion is really less than a drop in the bucket when you think about $55 trillion or so washing around in capital markets,” Forest Trends CEO Michael Jenkins said at a launch event earlier this month.

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