It It Good To Have Frogs In A Pond?|Rochester|New York|NY
While eating up insects in your Rochester (NY) backyard pond, frogs add to the diversity of species. By coexisting productively with plants, fish, insects and other wildlife, they help play a role in your pond's ecosystem.
As a matter of fact, the number of amphibians in your pond can be a good indicator of your pond's health!
If you are interested in drawing them to your backyard, you shouldn't have to try very hard. It's not unusual for frogs to show up in your ponds because ponds provide two things that frogs crave: water & food!
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Landscape Designer / Pond Contractor, Tom Warmerdam has been designing, installing & maintaining koi ponds, water features, patios, landscape lighting & creating outdoor living area paradises all around Rochester, New York (NY) for over 30 years. His company Acorn Ponds & Waterfalls was awarded by Aquascape Inc. as one of the top 100 in North America in 2014. He has been attending conferences at Aquascape headquarters every year since 2004 in Chicago, Ill to maintain his Certification(Certified Aquascape Contractor) status.