Listen for Chorus Frogs!

Believe it or not, Chorus Frogs begin singing in March as soon as the snow begins to melt! They can usually be heard in fields where there are wet areas of snowmelt. They are tiny little frogs (less than 2″ long), but produce a mighty loud song that sounds like someone running their fingers along the teeth of a comb. The song is quite distinctive and is used to attract a mate as the days of Spring warm up!