i rescued 4 bull frogs from a muddy pond that esd being condemended in Punxytani, pa and i was wondering how to take care of them in the winter, such as do they sleep?, tank temp?, how many crickets to feed each one?, and any other info anyone could give. also if anyone has any websites that could help, please let me know. thank you and any/all information is greatly appricated.
Please reconsider keeping them for the winter. Its great that you rescued them from being demolished, but please consider a few things. Most bullfrogs in the wild are carriers of parasites. That doesnt mean they are harmful to you if you are washing your hands properly, but they can make other animals in your house that they come into contact with sick.
Bullfrogs this time of year are looking for a place to burrow for the winter. They are not going to eat anything that you offer them (most likely) & it is very hard to duplicate their natural habitat for the winter. Most frogs taken this time of year from the wild will perish.
I'm really sorry as I am sure this wasnt the answer you were looking for. Please consider relocating them to another similar pond, perhaps one close to where you live so you may observe them in their natural setting.
Good luck to you!