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#1

Checked on my hive early this morning and found this guy having a feast (bees have been bearding lately - I assume because of the high humidity since temps have been cooler than usual). Tried to grab him but he got away, I’ll be coming out again tomorrow night - better prepared :smiling_imp:.


#2

He’s just looking’ for a snack!

Its the circle of life thing…


#3

Wow, big toad! Great photo, thank you!


#4

Looks like the cane toads we get in Australia. They are very bad for the Australian native marsupials etc because they eat everything!


#5

If I were a bee, there would be no way I’d be bearding outside with him /her out there.:slightly_smiling_face:


#6

frog legs, umm umm good


#7

Mission accomplished. J. Thaddeus Toad has been relocated. Unless he finds a motorcar he won’t be coming back. :wink:


#8

@TickTock

Did JT meet Victa???
Always found this yarn most amusing on all levels;

https://m.you tube.com/watch?v=KhihRcwoxr0

WARNING
frames exhibit graphic violent content built on dinkydi Aussie lingo - content may offend, some.

Bill


#9

Best thing for them is some Detol in a spray bottle. They dont last long and there is no unpleasant smell as the decompose.


#10

Yes, we used to use detol as well on our property in northern NSW. But also, putting them in a bag in the freezer. Apparently it’s more humane that way…


#11

I did that once and then let them thaw out, worst thing I ever done. Everything smelt for weeks after we put them in the bin and it wasn’t collected as soon as I thought it would be, lesson learnt.