Aplin, Ken, Anthea Paino and Lyndal Sleep.

When did you last see a frog in your garden?  Sadly, for many people the answer is ‘never’ or ‘many years ago’.  Building Frog Friendly Gardens reveals that it does not have to be this way.  This simple, practical, step-by-step guide to encouraging frogs to visit, live and breed in our gardens and at our schools shows that if enough people are willing to change our environments, frogs can be brought back into the suburbs and into our daily lives.  The book also provides a wealth of information about frogs, their biology and habits, their food and their predators, and much more.

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Western Australian Museum, June 2000.  68 pages, Octavo, paperback, illustrations

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Weight 210 g