Constructed from naturally durable larch/cedar/oak and hazel, the frog and toad house is dual chambered and features an integral reclaimed roof tile which forms the top of one chamber which is open to the soil and provides a cool sanctuary for toads. The other chamber has a timber floor and separate access door and provides drier accommodation.
Dimensions of the Frog and Toad House: 160 x 450 x 220 - 4.34KG.
The Frog and Toad House is made from F.S.C Wood – Wildlife World who make the Frog and Toad House are members of an FSC Chain Of Custody Group and have been responsible for encouraging several sawmills and suppliers to become Certified to meet our demand for well managed timber. They have now almost achieved a 100% FSC supply for all our components other than waste wood.
Chain of Custody Cert No. SGS-COC 1654 O. This information has been supplied by Wildlife World Lts
What is FSC?
The Forest Stewardship Council enables you to buy forest products of all kinds with confidence that you are not contributing to global forest destruction. FSC certified forests are managed to ensure long term timber supplies while protecting the environment and the lives of forest-dependent peoples. FSC certification can also cover non-timber forest products such as latex and foods. A system of Chain of Custody certification traces forest products through the supply chain to the end-consumer. Whenever you buy timber or timber products always look for the FSC logo.
Frogs are becoming particularly important as factors in measuring the health of the global environment and in tracking how much ultra-violet light gets into our atmosphere. For some years now, it has been noted that worldwide frog populations have been in the decline. Many species are on the verge of extrinction, while others are thriving well. Only recently has this frog population change been linked to not only a decrease in upper atmospheric ozone layer, but also an increase in low-atmosphere ozone due to pollution.