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Tuesday, August 11th 2020

The team at Foxglove are so busy that they rarely have time to stop and take photographs so it is always a treat when visitors share theirs. George Bond spent some time in the scrapes area on his visit and has very kindly shared these stunning pictures of young toads and frogs. 

We are always grateful of photographs which can be used for the website, social media, displays in the Field Centre and calendars and leaflets and give credit to the photographers.

These are so beautiful that we had to share them!

If you have any pictures that you are happy for us to use please email them to us at foxglovecovertlnr@btinternet.com (for the blog they need to be at least 2mb).

Thank you again to George and keep up the good work!
 


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