Great Waldingfield patrol on a mission to rescue frogs and toads from perils of roads

Good News Notes:

“Being tipped out of a bucket is not the most dignified way to arrive for a hot date. But if you are a toad, frog, or even a newt, it is probably one of the safest.

Every year, as the mating season arrives, countless thousands of them dice with death by crossing roads to reach the ponds where they breed.

For a few weeks in February, March and early April the unquenchable urge to get in on the action makes them hurl caution to the winds.”

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