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Old 09-02-2015, 06:59 AM   #1
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Frogs

How do I discourage the Frogs to stay off my rig? There in every crack in my rig. We are at a NWR and there everywhere.
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Old 09-02-2015, 07:45 AM   #2
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Interesting! Is this just a seasonal thing, or are the frogs moving in for the long haul? Friends of ours came up from Florida a couple of months ago and parked their rig in our driveway. Next day we saw lizards darting around all over the place. Gave our cat new friends to chase. When local crows saw the lizards, they hung around until all were consumed.
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OK, every time you think you've heard it all. This is officially the first time I've seen this issue.

Wish I could help. I wish you good luck.
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Old 09-02-2015, 08:16 AM   #4
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Frogs like to eat insects.
You RV must be full of insects.

Get rid of the insects or let the frogs do it for you.
Not very often is it that they do bit humans or if ever.
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Here's a thread about a frog in the RV. It might not help but it's funny .

Frog in the Frig
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Eat a couple of them. The rest will notice them missing & leave.
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There not in the rig or I have not seen them inside yet. But this Refuge I am at as them everywhere. So far just hanging on the outside under mirror and windshield covers on tires and wheels.
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Homeless,

Before you bring any of your slides in, I would suggest getting on a ladder and make sure none are on top of the slide outs. That's were I have found them, they seem to like the shade under the slide out toppers. I have used a broom and water hose to get them off.


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Before you bring any of your slides in, I would suggest getting on a ladder and make sure none are on top of the slide outs. That's were I have found them, they seem to like the shade under the slide out toppers. I have used a broom and water hose to get them off.


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Thank for the tip Jeff. I also find wasp up there too. I use inflatable noodles to hold the awning up so it is a step I do when packing up. I get up there and take my Noodles out and check for other critters.
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this was taken at my house ,this window is the outside kitchen one, they love the light and the bugs PS this window is 20ft off the ground raised ranch
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Before you bring any of your slides in, I would suggest getting on a ladder and make sure none are on top of the slide outs. That's were I have found them, they seem to like the shade under the slide out toppers. I have used a broom and water hose to get them off.


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Oh my !!!!
you had to go and make me think of the consequences, didn't you
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A couple of good size snakes will take care of rats and frogs.
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Frogs

And a mongoose will then eliminate the snakes. Keep a spare mongoose in a cage to complete the cycle.
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Frogs keep the skeeters in control...
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