Frog Fencing

Our comprehensive range of frog fencing will ensure you can control the movement of frogs and prevent them from entering any unwanted areas.

Designed in accordance with local and international frog fencing guidelines, our products are the most reliable permanent and temporary eco-fencing options available for all situations.

Whether you want to keep frogs off of a road, away from a construction site, or protect crops on a farm, we have the wildlife fencing solution for you.

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Frog Fencing Specifications & Installation Guides

In compliance with Special-Status Species (SSS) & Species At Risk (SAR) guidelines

Data sheets & Tender documentation

We have prepared a detailed description of Animex® products to include in any project or tender documents.

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  • Environmental compliance

  • Scientifically tested

  • Extremely durable materials

  • Animal safe solutions

  • Expert customer support

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Case Study

Organic Salad Farm

An organic salad leaf grower in California wanted to prevent amphibians from entering the growing areas on their farm through the reservoir and irrigation systems. Alongside their contractor we designed solutions to attach to existing chainlink fencing as well as free-standing options. We incorporated an alternative top lip design to deter tree frog species along with manufacture of bespoke material to attached seamlessly to the existing chainlink fence that included an above-ground anti-burrow lip. Our innovative solution inhibits an animal's ability to see and sense what lies beyond a boundary and deters them from entering areas where they are not wanted.

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Top Frog Species List

United States

Special-Status Species (SSS)

  • California red-legged frog Rana draytonii
  • Chiricahua leopard frog Rana chiricahuensis
  • Dusky gopher frog Rana sevosa
  • Mountain yellow-legged frog Rana muscosa
  • Oregon spotted frog Rana pretiosa
  • Sierra Nevada yellow-legged frog Rana sierrae
  • Northern cricket frog Acris crepitans
  • Barking treefrog Hyla gratiosa


UK & Europe

European Protected Species (EPS)

  • Pool frog Rana lessonae
  • Iberian painted frog Discoglossus galganoi
  • European tree frog Hyla arborea
  • Moor frog Rana arvalis
  • Agile frog Rana dalmatina
  • Iberian frog Rana iberica
  • Common frog Rana temporaria

Canada

Species at Risk (SAR)

  • Blanchard’s cricket frog Acris blanchardi
  • Northern leopard frog Lithobates pipiens / Rana pipiens
  • Oregon spotted frog Rana pretiosa
  • Rocky Mountain tailed frog Ascaphus montanus
  • Western chorus frog Pseudacris triseriata
  • Coastal tailed frog Ascaphus truei
  • Red-legged frog Rana aurora


Rest of world

Key Target Species

  • Giant barred frog Mixophyes iteratus (AUS)
  • Growling grass frog Ranoidea raniformis (AUS)
  • Southern corroboree frog Pseudophryne corroboree (AUS)
  • Green and golden bell frog Ranoidea aurea(AUS, NZL)
  • Four-eyed frog Pleurodema bibroni (BRA, URY)
  • Pickergill’s reedfrog Hyperolius pickersgilli (ZSA)
  • Taipei tree frog Zhangixalus taipeianus (TWN)
  • Hochstetter’s frog Leiopelma hochstetteri (NZL)

About us

Ecologists & engineers in co-op since 2004.

At Animex we combine biological understanding with modern engineering insight to provide leading solutions in wildlife exclusion fencing and mitigation services. For over a decade we have worked within the construction and conservation industries enabling us to provide you with world-leading knowledge and local ecological expertise.

Address

Animex International HQ
K4 Keppel, Daedalus Park
Daedalus Drive, Lee-on-the-Solent
PO13 9FX
United Kingdom

Telephone

+44 1329 832 841

Email

info@animexfencing.com