A sure sign of spring is when you start hearing the frogs! And I know that when I can hear them, if I look, I can find them for some pictures! These were in our pond where the fountains are. It's nice that they also have these clumps of plants which give the frogs and fish great hiding places. The two mating were singing, or at least one was, but it stopped once it sensed me coming nearer; They never did move though. I learned that this "embrace" is called "amplexus." The females eggs are fertilized as they are laid. I will have to stop back when I have time and look for the thousands of eggs! The other pond, where the pavilion is, already has tadpoles. I've heard a certain call at night the past week, but I'm not sure what it is. It sounds like it's in the trees, either a tree frog or maybe some kind of lizard?