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Spring Sights And Sounds

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The wood frog is our earliest frog species to breed, its mating calls resembling a flock of ducks.

The wood frog is our earliest frog species to breed, its mating calls resembling a flock of ducks.

The tiny, arboreal spring peeper’s mating call is often mistaken for insects; it has the ability to change its skin color for camouflage.

The tiny, arboreal spring peeper’s mating call is often mistaken for insects; it has the ability to change its skin color for camouflage. MIKE BOTTINI

Can you find the spring peeper on the forest floor in this photo?

Can you find the spring peeper on the forest floor in this photo? MIKE BOTTINI

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South Fork Outdoors

  • Publication: Southampton Press
  • Published on: May 5, 2020
  • Columnist: Mike Bottini
After an unseasonably cool April, whose mean temperature was 2 degrees below “normal value” for April, as per the National Weather Service records for this area, May kicked off with... more

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