It’s the time of year when hundreds of frogs gather at a city pond to spawn. This year the warm spell saw the frogs congregate about a week earlier than usual at the pond in the St Nicholas nature reserve in Newcastle , adjacent to the headquarters of Northumberland Wildlife Trust. But the early arrivals had their breeding disrupted by youngsters who made a “game” of collecting the creatures and throwing them – and their frogspawn – at each other. Mike Pratt, Northumberland Wildlife Trust chief executive, said: “This is a vital time of year for frogs so I am angry as such behaviour not only disturbs their breeding pattern but causes distress and injury which leaves them vulnerable to predators such as birds and foxes. “I appeal to people to be vigilant and report any such behaviour to the trust on 0191 2846884. “Frogs are great to watch, but people need to remember they are wild creatures and should be left in their native environment as moving them causes distress. “Likewise, when it comes to excessive frog spawn in ponds, our message is clear – leave it where it is and let nature sort it out.” At the last… Read full this story
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