Things are dry and desperate here.
(re-posted from reptile forum)
The creek below us has dried up and besides, I haven't heard any frogs down there in a few years - it used to be so noisy I had to close the doors to make a phone call.
I have 3 ponds in my yard and they have all been busy with little tree frogs every year including this one, but the smallest pond, about 5 feet round has turned into a bog with all the plants. I have no idea how deep it is any more but the frogs like it. I need to know the best time of year to thin out the plants without bothering the frogs. If it is better to just leave it as it is I will, because their situation is so desperate. Any advice is welcome! Min