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Amphibian Finders

Patty Armstrong, of Hanover, N.H., shows her nephew, Doug Armstrong, 13, and her sister-in-law Kristen Armstrong, both from San Diego, Calif., where she saw a frog move in the ditch along Lake Morey Road in Fairlee, Vt., on June 2, 2014. The Armstrongs were out scouting for baby snapping turtles and frogs that they could move over to Lake Morey, since the ditch was drying up and the reptiles would be crossing the street soon. 
(Valley News - Sarah Priestap)

Patty Armstrong, of Hanover, N.H., shows her nephew, Doug Armstrong, 13, and her sister-in-law Kristen Armstrong, both from San Diego, Calif., where she saw a frog move in the ditch along Lake Morey Road in Fairlee, Vt., on June 2, 2014. The Armstrongs were out scouting for baby snapping turtles and frogs that they could move over to Lake Morey, since the ditch was drying up and the reptiles would be crossing the street soon. (Valley News - Sarah Priestap) Purchase photo reprints »

Patty Armstrong, of Hanover, shows her nephew Doug Armstrong, 13, and her sister-in-law Kristen Armstrong, both from San Diego, Calif., where she saw a frog move along Lake Morey Road in Fairlee on Monday. The trio were scouting for baby snapping turtles and frogs that they could help cross the road to Lake Morey.Valley News — Sarah Priestap