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Sunday, February 28, 2016

We finally saw one. Yes, it's CRLF!


After playing this course for more than 20 years, we finally saw what we think is a juvenile California red-legged frog! Could be wrong. Might be some other species of frog.


Most amazing is where we found him. This critter hitched a ride on Rick's pull cart back to the parking lot after the round. Being the good responsible golfers we are, Rick escorted our little friend back to Laguna Salada.


Where he will probably be eaten by a San Francisco Garter Snake.


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2 comments:

Rick said...

I looked it it up and the frog appears to be a Pacific tree frog, an important food source for our friend the SF garter snake, according to Wikipedia:
 Newborn and juvenile San Francisco garter snakes depend heavily upon Pacific treefrogs (Pseudacris regilla ) as prey.

Rick said...

I looked it it up and the frog appears to be a Pacific tree frog, an important food source for our friend the SF garter snake, according to Wikipedia:
 Newborn and juvenile San Francisco garter snakes depend heavily upon Pacific treefrogs (Pseudacris regilla ) as prey.