FROGS have already spawned and the Tallaght wetlands site they once called home, before tonnes of silt was dumped atop of it in 2019, may be on track to “bounce back” quicker than expected.

Local conservationist Collie Ennis has been keeping a close eye on the site which he once called “a little gem” and this week, has discovered that the common frog population has returned in force.

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