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The frogs arrived at Magilligan Field Centre in February. Helen Mark reported for Your Place and Mine...

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The male frogs arrive at the pond first and try to attract females by making a low, purring croak.

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The frogs first started to emerge in mid-February. The centre set up a camera and children can watch the frogs on the TV in the classroom.

You can learn more about the centre by listening to the link below.

Magilligan Field Centre
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Helen Mark visited the Magilligan Centre when the frogs were in residence for Your Place and Mine. Listen to her report here.

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Stanley Page went to visit the Magilligan Field Centre, formerly a police station. Liz Wallace outlined the history of the centre while Michael Cross talked about the local wildlife the centre hosts.

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