They're all adorable, but the tiny, tiny frog is amazing.
Oh, that tree frog just cracks me up! I am excited to learn he is back again this year.
LOL! I remember the watering can visitor from last year! That makes me laugh! You have quite a few cute little critters. I had no idea snails liked hummingbird nectar!
ooooh my goodness t, you sure are entertaining a lot of critters!!! funny how these critters are "creatures of habit" i too remember the frog and the watering can!! great close-up captures!!!
and nice to see a post today!!!
A cool tree frog or one wet prince.Amaliaxo
Cute little critters, very nice post!
Wow, you've been invaded by the tiniest little critters!
So good when your blog title pops up in my in-box! Thanks for sharing your critters ~ that little guys is just the cutest toad... that is if a toad can be cute :-)
Oh my... that little toad is just so tiny. Great photographing him... and all your little visitors.
Hi Teresa - all those amazing little creatures of life - such a delight to see .. love the toads and the frog - they don't forget do they ... happy critters - cheers Hilary
Dearest Theresa; Wow, 'Hello' to your varieties of critters♪ Proves rich nature you have, Love the darker color ( than the one I can find) turtle☆☆☆ Sending Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan to my Dear friend in America, xoxo Miyako*
I wonder if that tiny toad will ever grow big enough to hang out on the watering can?
Pretty impressive tiny crew you have there. The little frog is cute, I didn't know they could be so small.
So tiny ! Good pictures indeed http://shilpachandrasekheran.blogspot.ae/?m=1
Cute little visitors! The tiny toad is adorable.
out of all the small visitors I like the tree frog best, but I love them all, including the sugar seeking snail.... and that teeny tiny adorable frog... that is the size of the ones we save out of the pool daily... just so cute.
Hello Tex, it is great to see a critter post from you. I remember the cute frog on the watering can last year. The snail went a long way to reach the hummer feeder. They are all adorable critter. I love the turtle, frogs, tiny toad, snails and the lizard. Do you still see the roadrunners looking in your sliding door? I remember the roadrunner on your deck. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Happy Sunday, enjoy your day and the new week ahead!
I really liked seeing these photos.
Looks like you have to keep your eyes open for all of the sweet critters that call your place home.
Oh my . . .I enjoyed each and every one of your critters . . .Hiding Surprise, Skinky Slinky, Teeny Tiny, Hard Shell and Furry Tail too . . .
My favorite? The furry little squirrel of course....but what an aray of other creatures! You have such a good eye for capturing them!!! Isn't it just amazing to watch them as they survive among us? Or how we survive among them is more to the point!!!
Now I wonder how long toads live. It must be the same one. And such a tiny little frog on your finger! Thanks for the wonderful visits. I enjoyed them all, even the scamper rat. :-)
Wonderful shot of little critters.
シBonitas fotos!!!Gostei mais da tartaruga que parece uma pedra cheia de musgos.Ótimo domingo, boa semana!!!Beijinhos╰⊰✿⊰ه° ·.
A lot of interesting critters, and the turtle is really cute!I've never seen a snail on a Hummingbird feeder before.
I like this visit to those little living things in your yard!Linda
What precious little finds! I would never want to leave your yard if I was there! The turtle was lucky to find you to bring him back to a safer spot.
Oh, I loved them all! In Minnesota we had darker skinks that looked more like a garter snake with legs--LOL! There's nothing cuter than baby toads--OMG! Darling turtle, too. Fun meeting your little friends. :)
I found a treefrog just like yours inside my sister's composting box (plenty of bugs in there!).Those are some cute critters. I love tiny toads, I need to get back to W.V. soon. They are all over this time of year, there.~
Aww, T. I love them all. Thank you for the smiles! Awesome photos. ❤
Love those skinks and how they compare with their eastern cousins.
You sure have the welcome mat out again for all things wild and wonderful and WHAT EYES you have! Great post with so many little visitors.
Oh, that is the cutest toad I've ever seen! Such a cutie. Love the skink, tree frog and turtle too but not so keen on the snails!
That is the tiniest toad ever! How did you even see it? Lots of life going on around there. Glad to see the tree frog returned to its watering can. ;) That's one motivated snail doing the s-hook!
T, all the pretty little critters! I love the tiny toad!
we have a lot of cutie pies out there, if we slow down and watch for them. They're so cute.
Our dogs seem to share their water with all manner of creatures. And I adore me some skink anytime. What a nice set of neighbor photos, Tex! Pleasure to see you posting. And I've meant to thank you for keeping the Fences going. I always notice potential fence shots and look forward to your party.
Although I don't really like toads,this little one is pretty cute.
At first glance, the tree frog doesn't look like a frog. And the tiny frog is really cute. You have lots of interesting and cute critters around you. Have a lovely day!
FRONT DOOR GUESTS ARE THE BEST
Such beautiful creatures! Every spring we get some small frogs near the creek, but not as small as that toad.
WOW! Way more to the ranch than just whistler ducks.
Oh, how precious that tiny toad is. I've never encountered one that tiny! Lots of critters at Round*A*Round Ranch these days!
You have all kinds of critters that we don't have.
You are blessed with the beauty around you.Fantastic photos.
What fun little cuties!! I love the frogs, and see so few, which is a good thing, because Todd likes to bite them... :-)
Loving your non-furry friends! That is the tiniest toad I've ever seen. And how sweet is the watering can frog? SO sweet!
Interesting variety of visitors!
Wow! This farm is a treasure...love them all :)
That tree frog is amazingly well camouflaged. And that toad...How did you even see it? It's so tiny! The skink is pretty in its own way.
Well that is crtainly quite a menaggerie of animals that you have coming to visit you. I was just wondering how long it would have takenthat snial to climb up to your feeder! Poor thing.
Beautiful small ones.
An amazing menagerie! Seems like everyone was playing a game of Hide'n'Seek!
How cute and tiny they are! Small friends in the garden are mostly welcome :)
Lots of activity going on at your place!
Lindos e fotografias fantásticas.Um abraço e boa semana.Andarilhar
Love the fact that the toad returned!!
They like your house and go to visit you. Teresa :))Buen lunes ;)
oh, such cute little critters!xoxo
Just precious! Love seeing the little critters!
How brilliant to have such a variety of cooperative visitors.
Morning, oh my those are some sweet little visitors, love the tiny frog, thought everything was bigger in Texas. Blessings Francine.
Oh my goodness that tiny frog is adorable!
That toad sure is the tiniest one I've ever seen! The tree frog sure knows how to make himself look inconspicuous, doesn't he? He could pass for a bump on a log, if you ask me! And that snail deserved a drink, wouldn't you say? As fast as they move, he was probably dehydrated by the time he got up there! :)
So, truth be told, everything isn't bigger in Texas ;-) I think the little critters are cute.
I love all of your friends who are visiting you. I remember catching little frogs like that when I was young....too cute!
The tiny frog and turtle are so darn cute. You can keep your TX skink and I'd like to give you my Florida black skink that resides in my garage. LOL! He ran across my flip flopped foot last week and I screamed like a girl. oh wait....I am a girl. :)
We have hummingbirds, doves, finches, and sparrows in our yard. Oh, and a Cooper's hawk who flies through every once in a while. We have geckos, too! I leave the water running for all on these 123 degree summer days! Ugh! We have temps in the 112-116 degree range for the next 10 days.
Hi Tex I love everyone of your critters; the resident tree frogs in and on the watering can; the tiny turtle and the teeny frog. I love snails and seem to be the only person in South Africa who does. So I take photos of them as well and we DON'T kill any that wander through our garden in summer. Have a great day. Jo
I love always looking at your wildlife. How nice that you could see that teeny tiny frog. Any walking sticks yet? :)
That is a lot of effort for a slug to get all the way up there!
They're all cute, but especially the tiny toad!
What adorable friends.
While the squirrel is my favorite, it jut wows me that you have so much wildlife where you live and you're able to get such great pictures of them.
Love all of these pics. Though, I have to admit, I'm not crazy about the skink!
There is a lot of wildlife in your yard! Love the wee toad!
I l9ve the pictures of all thew wild life. I'd have called your ranch heaven when I was a kid.
Very nice ! That toad really IS tiny, wow !
What a smart little tree frog! So fun to see all your little visitors :) x K
Great photos of all your little friends - I especially like the little turtle - although I am not sure I would enjoy picking up all of them as you have done!
The tiny Toad on your finger, that is funny, ha ha. Lovely blog.
Wonderful photos, love that little toad.Thanks for sharing.
These sure are tiny creatures!! Amazing to see and I enjoyed seeing each of them. Happy Summer to you Theresa!
Dearest Theresa,You really went macro with this post! What a cute, cute tiny toad you got there. Never have seen such a tiny one. The turtle is also small. Yesterday evening when we both biked, we saw a car swivel around something so I got off my bike and helped a turtle cross the road. Glad that driver spotted it in time so it didn't get hurt. Makes you smile when encountering others that appreciate nature!Hugs,Mariette
So lovely post today!!!Happy day Crissi
What a great selection here.Love the small toad - he's my favourite!All the best Jan
What a menagerie! I am smiling like a fool.
Not much can stop a snail (or a squirrel) getting a free feed!Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne
The tiny toad... sweet. And the teeny tree frog and the turtle!!
I remember your watering can visitor from last year..I had one too, but none so far this year. The overload of water here has set some creatures to traveling that normally don't make it to my yard from the pond...in particular turtles and snakes. I can do without the latter. Hope you are surviving this heat..I'm always a bit shocked at how fast the temps climb.
He visits a lot of interesting animals.Fantastic photos.Greetings.Lucja
They are all so very cute except for you-know-who. I like the patterns of lines on the little turtle.
Thats a eclectic mix of wildlife even down to the Snail.peter
Visitors too beautiful.
i really wanna know how you got that little froggie to stay on the tip of your finger?, you have skills, my friend!! SKILLS!! rock on. that was the fave in my opinion. keep up the skills. ha. ha!! love it. ( :
so many wonderful critters you've shared. i don't believe i could pick just one to be a favorite as all of them are adorable. have a great night~
I do like you little critters specially the teeny tiny froggie. We have teeny frogs too only they are bright green---a tree frog I think,MB
Overall very cute critters and I liked more the little turtle and toads!
ooooh, cute, cute, cute! that frog IS tiny . . . I appreciate how you notice so much , , and share with us.There's a story lady here who specializes in frog stories - specifically tree frogs. The frogs seem to have special affinity with her, she constantly finds them hiding in her mailbox . . and she worries about them all summer . . . Yes, the word chinthe was new to me - thanks to Amy I have been able to learn "the rest of the story." love & love,-g-
Hello Theresa!:) Such cute visiters!! The miniture toad is sweet, and the tree toad really likes living in your watering can,...it must be his holiday home, he liked it so much last year that he returned foranother stay.:) Nice to see the tiny turtle, and Skink too as we don't see them here, and the squirrel just rounded off a delightful post.:)
Hi Tex, Wow, What a great series of photos! Unusual for you to post so many at one time, and what a pleasure to see them. The tiny frog is just amazing. Smallest one I've seen. The tree frog is almost a perfect match for the color of the watering can! Neat shots of the turtle and skink too! Great post!
Hallo sweet, snall animals. Thank you Theresa. Not all the animals we have here and I love to see them on your photos.
Beautiful series of imagesI love the turtle, frogs, tiny toad, snails and the lizard.Best regards, Irma
Love, love, love these pictures! I don't seem to have any critters in my backyard anymore, except one robin that absolutely loves to tease Tiah!
My favorites are the little frogs. That tree frog! So cute!
I can't believe I missed this post, T! You've sure had some cute little critter visitors.(Sorry I missed this; I did miss it didn't I? LOL I'm so tired right now, I'm not sure of anything! LOL)xoxo
Fantastic and interesting creatures.. Have a great week.. :-)))
That frog looks like a rock.. I would of probably tossed it thinking it was a rock.. and that tiny frog so precious.. !!
Hello. A great review of local fauna.
I LOVE LOVE your friends. It is nice to go out to play with them ;0 Hugs B
Oh, Theresa, I love all the photos. Your visitors are like tiny miracles. I'm glad I visited, too, so I could see them!
Critters every where. They're going to eat you out of house and home!
Oh my goodness you've had quite a bunch of visitors you've had. They are so cute! Loved them all.
Really nice series with the frog in the watering :-)A small salamander and the small turtle is very very nice :-)
A snail on the hummingbird feeder.... not a problem. But I had to take my hummingbird feeder down due to squirrels who have become addicted to drinking the nice sweet sugary water. and not leaving any for the hummers.
Variety is the spice of life! :)
Beautiful photography! That toad sure is tiny!
Oh, what darling visitors you have! Love them all!
Of all the animals that you visited captivated me little frog. Regards.
Really all of your little friends are beautiful. Good Day.
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