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